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7 Things You Need To Know About PS4's Update 2.5

PlayStation's 2.5 firmware update rolled out yesterday. Here are seven key highlights that you need to know, courtesy of the awesome PlayStation Access team. Even though all seven features have been detailed, it's cool to see it in action.

  1. System suspend/resume - Jump in and out of your games without losing progress.
  2. Facebook friends search is a thing - Find Facebook friends that you've not yet connected with on PlayStation. They need to have their Facebook account linked to their PSN Online ID.
  3. Trophies are shinier than ever! - New options for sorting and filtering, delete games with a no trophy count and a search shortcut to find guides for those impossible trophies. Whenever you earn a trophy, the PS4 will automatically take a screenshot of that moment so you can share your triumph.
  4. Connecting with friends just got easier - Small tweaks to the way friend activity is reported makes it easier to track their activities and join in their game.
  5. New accessibility options - PS4 is now easier to use than ever before.
  6. Share Play gets a frame rate bump - Test the host connection before you launch Share Play. You can also now run Share Play at 60 fps.
  7. It's time to back up - Now possible with an external hard drive.You can back up all your account information and game data to an external USB device.


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