Sony rolls out new PS4 update with controversial Party changes

October 14, 2020

By Rachel Kaser

Sony today rolled out the newest PlayStation 4 system update, 8.00. While the changes made by this update are generally good, some are less welcome. PS4 system software update 8.00 drops today, featuring changes to Party and Messages, plus more flexible Parental Controls and more: https://t.co/TuSejne9wt pic.twitter.com/jaNpnpis1s — PlayStation (@PlayStation) October 14, 2020 Among the new changes is the ability to use a third-party app — like Authy or Google Authenticator — to enable two-factor authentication on your PS4. Others include simplified parental controls and a host of new avatars. Perhaps the most important is the parental controls, which essentially…

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