Sony Interactive Entertainment may not be as active as Microsoft when it comes to providing system updates with new features, but it hears feedback and equips the PlayStation 4 with system updates to improve usability. Against this background, Sony has opened the registration for the PS4 system software Update 6.0.
Sony has opened registrations, but has not revealed what the PS4 system software update 6.0 will bring to the console
Currently, registrations are available in North America and Japan while it is not known when the registrations for Europe will be available will be. Follow the links below to sign up for the PS4 System Software Update 6.0.
PS4 system software 6.0 Update software applications will be available through July 27 and users must be a member of PlayStation Plus or PlayStation Now to sign in
Speaking of PlayStation 4. Sony has released a new PS4 model (CUH -2200)
However, Sony Interactive Entertainment has not noticed any hardware changes, but changing the model number suggests Sony has made a minor revision of the internal components.
In addition, both Sony and Microsoft have been driving 4K games to the console market, and Microsoft has successfully achieved this with the Xbox One X.
According to AMD's Timothy Lottes, both PS4 Pro and Xbox One X lack the power to produce true 4K games on consoles, with Next-Gen consoles providing at least 7.4 TFLOPs for native 4K / 30 games FPS with PS4 need image quality.
For comparison purposes, the PS4 Pro offers 4.2 TFLOPs of GPU computing, while the Xbox One X 6 TFLOPs.
Also, Sony may be preparing to use AMD Ryzen APU for PlayStation 5. Sony's compiler expert Simon Pilgrim, who apparently works on AMD, is using Ryzen's "znver1