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In anticipation of the release of PS4 Pro on November 10, 2016, we’re adding a number of features that will support the system’s ability to output high-resolution content.
This update will enable the following on PS4 Pro: When we announced PS4 Pro and the new slimmer PS4 last week, we also announced that all Play Station 4 systems — back to the very first console sold in 2013 — would be HDR capable.
From the Music section of the Quick Menu you’ll now be able to play, pause, skip, shuffle, repeat and save songs.The Music section also allows you to discover recommended playlists for the game you’re playing and view your saved Spotify playlists and songs.When you select a playlist, you’ll be able to see all upcoming songs and choose to play all, or select an individual song to listen to from that playlist.We detailed a number of the new features making their way to PS4 prior to the beta program last month, but we wanted to share some additional information on other changes that you’ll see after updating your system.
In addition to updating the Quick Menu to make it easier to access without leaving your game by having it cover only a portion of the screen and making it more customizable, we’ve also added several new items to the menu.After updating your system to version 4.00, you’ll see HDR settings in the Video Output Settings and be ready to enjoy HDR gaming and entertainment content once it’s available on any PS4 system you own.