PlayStation 4’s forthcoming firmware update 5.0 have been revealed and shows that 1080p 60fps Twitch streaming support is on the way for PS4 Pro users, But there is more to it, Twitch streaming at 1080p 60fps will be limited to those with the 5.0 firmware update using a PlayStation 4 Pro. You can already use a Pro for 1080p Remote Play and Share Play.
With new feature such as, 1-you can follow anyone without having to send a friend request,
2-You will be able to choose if you only want existing friends or anybody to follow you. You can block users, too.
Next, update 5.0 will give an expanded range of options for those who have “sub” or child accounts on their home console.
New family accounts will be able to feature multiple adult accounts in a family, able to act in a parent/guardian role and set parental controls on a per-account basis, so each child has different communications, content-viewing and spending limit privileges. Requests can also be sent to adult accounts on other PS4’s to join the same family.
With 5.0 coming on its’s way system notifications will be visible from your Quick Menu so you don’t need to head back to your Home screen. You will also be able to check the status of your uploads/downloads here too.
Last but not the least,More minor changes include push notifications for events, spectator comments on screen while broadcasting in VR mode, the ability to link broadcasts to a PlayStation Community, and support for seven more languages: Czech, Thai, Greek, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Romanian and Hungarian.
There’s still no Official announcement for the 5.0 firmware, but its to believe Sony is planning to launch it in the near future alongside a refreshed PlayStation App which it says will boast an improved design and performance.