Sony Computer Entertainment has set live the latest firmware update for PlayStation 3, adding new features and a new terms of service agreement with the changeover from PlayStation Network accounts to Sony Entertainment Network accounts included.
Once firmware update 4.10 for PS3 has been downloaded, you’ll be asked to accept the new terms of service. Upon acceptance, your PSN account will be known as a SEN account, which SCE assures us is a change “in name only.”
“You’ll still play games online, still have access to the latest downloadable games and add-ons, and still experience a wide variety of movies, sports and music across PSN.”
An improvement being introduced with the 4.10 update includes “improved display speed” for the PS3’s internet browser – a much needed improvement.
As always, there are sure to be more features discovered as users dig into the firmware, and we’ll update here as new additions are revealed.
Source: US PlayStation Blog