In the next system update for the PlayStation 4, the console will finally be getting support for external USB hard drives, allowing gamers to bump up the PS4’s storage by up to a further 8TB.

On top of that, the update will also bring support for custom wallpapers, allowing you to set a screenshot that you have taken from a game as the background.

They have also done a bit of editing to the PS4’s quick menu screen, allowing users to create and join parties right from the menu, instead of having to go back to the desktop.

The update will also bring support for 3D Blu-Rays with PlayStation VR, as well as the ability to post your own status updates to PlayStation Network’s feed.

The update is available for beta testers today, however, we don’t yet know when the update will be available to the public.

We expect that we will hear more about that soon, at which point we will be sure to update you.

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