Version 8.03 of the firmware for the PlayStation 4 has just been released. With this, the designers tackled and thoroughly improved in-game communications.
Even though the PlayStation 5 launched the next console generation last month, the PlayStation 4 should continue to receive upgrades and new game releases.
You may now download a new firmware update that will upgrade your PS4 system to version 8.03 and change the in-game chats, as Sony Interactive Entertainment revealed. The official changelog states the following in this regard:
The following modification will be made in the optional PS4 VSH 8.03 update:
In the quick menu, the option to disable game chat audio has been included under Sound/Devices. This setting will turn off the audio for game conversation. You won’t be able to hear other players’ voices or hear your own. The audio in party chat is not affected by this setting.
The PlayStation 5 and the PlayStation 3 have also just gotten new firmware updates in addition to the PlayStation 4. The PS5 now has firmware 20.02-02.30.00, which among other things solved an issue that might start downloads and data transfers while transferring data from a PS4.
Additionally, some Wi-Fi routers now operate better overall and have better connection quality. However, firmware version 4.87 for the PlayStation 3 was released last week.
Update 4.87 for the PS3 offers updated Blu-ray keys for future films in addition to minor security patches.