Fixes problems with Rest Mode and powering on the system
Sony's PS4 firmware update 2.01 is now live, and addresses issues that arose after last week's major software update.
Some users who installed update 2.0 experienced issues with the console's Rest Mode –– many couldn't power the PS4 back on after entering standby. Sony said the newest update will fix that problem, as well as any others that might be a result of 2.0
Publisher 2K also had its own problems following the update –– Evolve's "Big Alpha" was delayed, but has since been fixed. However, 2K reminded players that they may continue to experience problems, as work on Evolve is still incomplete.
“While internal testing shows the majority of PS4 matches are completed successfully, some players will encounter interruptions and issues affecting the Evolve experience
Sony rolled out update 2.0 last week. Codenamed "Masmune," the update included theme support, broadcasting enhancements, dedicated app support for YouTube, improved voice commands, and a USB music players that allows users to listen to their own library while playing games.
2.0 also brought Sony's Share Play feature to the console, in a attempt to replicate couch co-op. Share Play lets PS Plus subscribers share footage of the game they're playing, or even invite friends to local co-op sessions, whether that friend owns the game or not.
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