Another mandatory update for Playstation 3 users.
Transition to Sony Entertainment Network and improvements on the console's browser are the more relevant features.
Sony is rolling out today the new update for Playstation 3. Firmware 4.10 is focused on minor changes like better display speed on browser navigation or in reflecting the change from PSN accounts to the new Sony Entertainment Network Accounts.
This is text extracted from the official Playstation US blog:
We'll know more when the update goes live.Hi, everyone. We are releasing a new system software update (v4.10) for PlayStation 3 today that will include a few minor changes that we want to make you all aware of.
First off, once you download the new system software, you will be asked to accept a change to our Terms of Service. In an effort for more unity between PlayStation Network (PSN) and other Sony Entertainment Network services, your “PSN Account” will now be named “Sony Entertainment Network Account.” Please note that this change is one in name only and will not change the PSN that you know and love. You’ll still play games online, still have access to the latest downloadable games and add-ons, and still experience a wide variety of movies, sports and music across PSN.
With this system software update (v4.10), we’ll also be updating the PS3 Internet Browser with improved display speed.
NEWS SOURCE: PS3 System Software Update v4.10 (via) US PlayStation Blog
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