The PS4’s latest system software update is out now, though it doesn’t seem to be a big one for PSVR owners.
As we reported when the update’s beta launched a few weeks back, PS4 5.50 brings a new way to identify PSVR games when browsing the console’s main menu. All it does is simply add a PSVR icon to games that support the headset. You probably know which games you bought support VR and which don’t already, but it’s a helpful little addition if your friends are using your PS4 and want to check out some VR (and you’re some kind of god that doesn’t mind others letting you use your VR headset unsupervised).
Other than that, 5.50 does feature some other handy new features outside of VR. You can now add custom wallpapers to your PC via a USB stick, for example, and even manage play time for children (or overly addicted Monster Hunter World players).
It’s not the biggest update but, by this time, the PS4 is a pretty refined console with most of the features you could ever ask for. Most of the updates we want for PSVR, for example, concern the hardware side, and we’re likely a few years away from seeing anything on that front.