European and UK gamers patiently waiting for the official launch of the new next-generation PlayStation 4 later this week. Might be interested to learn that Sony is making their day one update in the form of the PlayStation 4 1.51 firmware, available to pre-download on Thursday night throughout Europe and the UK.
The PlayStation 4 firmware 1.51 update will be released in Europe via the PlayStation Blog on Thursday 28th November allowing early adopters to download the required update ahead of the official launch.
The PlayStation 4 firmware 1.51 update is fairly large in size at 300MB so if you are taking delivery of your new Sony PlayStation 4 console on November 29th. It might be advisable to download the update before the network becomes clogged with connections after the PS4 launch.
To install the PlayStation 4 firmware 1.51 update via a USB memory stick, checkout the instructions published by Sony on their official PS4 website.
“An update to the PlayStation 4 system software was released on November 28th, 2013. You can use this to update your system software to version 1.51.
A PS4™ system software update is required to use PSNSM features and some features on your system. Also, by updating the system software of your PS4 system, you can enjoy various additional features and enhanced security. Always update to the latest version.”