The first video update for the PlayStation 4 has been released, bringing new features and bug fixes.
The new version brings a new feature called “The Dance”, which lets users control their PS4 through the PS4’s remote controller.
Users can also access the PSVR app, which can be found in the menu bar on the home screen.
This feature lets users share dance music and videos via social networks and will allow for more personalized experiences for their friends.
The latest update brings an improved stability and bug fixing to the PS3 version.
In addition, there’s a new option for users to control their console through the built-in HDMI port.
The update also brings a number new features, including support for Sony’s new PlayStation VR headset.
The headset works with the PS VR controllers, but it’s not compatible with the controllers that come with other VR headsets like HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
Users who have purchased the PS5 version of the PS Store can now access the update via the PS button on the PlayStation 5 controller.
The updated update also fixes a number issues that were reported in the previous update.
For example, it has been reported that when using the DualShock 4 controller on the PS Vita or the Dualshock 3 controller on a DualShock controller, the motion controller would not automatically connect to the Dual Shock 4 when using it on the Dual or DualShock 3 controllers.
This can be fixed by enabling the Motion Controller Enable option in the settings.
The next update for Sony is expected to be released on March 24.