Missing its originally targeted release date by about five days, Sony has pushed PlayStation 4 firmware update 2.51 live and it’s now available to download in North America and Europe.
Taking up around 245MB, here’s what you can expect in this PS4 update, which mostly features stability:
- System software stability during use of some features has been improved.
- Operation quality during use of some applications has been improved.
2.51 comes to PS4 about a month after 2.50, which added Suspend/Resume, the ability to delete 0% Trophy Lists, 60fps Remote Play and Share Play, Trophy screenshots, back-up and restore HDD to USB, and more.
As always, if you noticed anything else changing with the latest PS4 firmware other than what’s listed above, please let everyone know in the comments below.
What do you think of today’s update?