The patch notes simply read “System software stability during use of some features has been improved.” This firmware update is about 200 megabytes of fixes for the issues created by Update 2.0.
The PlayStation 4 has reportedly sold 13.5 million systems worldwide.
Having experienced this problem myself, I know how frustrating it is, and I’m glad to hear that Sony has addressed it. With every update (regardless of the context), there are bound to be bugs. That is one fact we can all learn to accept. Still, it’s nice to know that the community’s voice has been heard.
Jordan Loeffler is an Associate Writer for MONG who drives a 2006 Pontiac Vibe with Minnesota license plates even though he lives in Portland, OR. She’s seafoam green, and she drives like a wave. You can follow him on IGN.