Neoseeker : News : PlayStation 4's minor 1.51 system update launching later today, UI touch-ups and stability issues
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THM Nov 19, 13
I suppose we will get those stuffs by 29th November. Has anyone got technical issues with Shadow Fall thus far yet? I just wanna know precautionary advice
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Metallica Nov 20, 13
quote THM
I suppose we will get those stuffs by 29th November. Has anyone got technical issues with Shadow Fall thus far yet? I just wanna know precautionary advice
Yeah, let them resolve as many issues between now and next Friday so we have less to deal with lol. Wishful thinking on my behalf.
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luckyguess Nov 20, 13
I updated my system not too long ago. I noticed 3 things so far as a result:

1. As always, every game that you own has a window on the application bar that displays on the home screen. When you highlight a game/application's window, a small drop-down list extends out, usually labeled "overview", "recent activities", and "related items". What has changed now is that when you highlight one of these categories on the drop-down list, the background of the OS is filled with that specific game's artwork and new windows appear featuring things like trophies earned, concept art, game manuals, available add-ons and so forth. They kind-of had these features included at launch but it seemed half-assed. Now, it looks well done. They definitely polished it up.

2. Everything seems more responsive. Navigating through menus on the OS used to have noticeable lag/latency (a lot of loading icon activity) but now that is greatly diminished and things seem significantly snappier.

3. A lot of reports of EA games crashing were being reported at launch. I own one (Battlefield 4) so I can attest that this was indeed a problem (I was crashing about 65% of the time within the first couple minutes of starting up the game). The game now seems stable and I have not experienced a crash so far since this patch.

Good job, Sony!
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