PS4 Update: PlayStation 7.00 beta 5.00 features teased, Sony eager for feedback

PS4 system update 7.00 beta 5.00 (we know, it's a bit of a mouthful) is available to download right now if you're one of the players that has previously signed up to the PlayStation software test program.

The latest PS4 system update 7.00 beta download will require 469.7MB of space on your PS4 hard drive, at least according to a post over on PSU.

The full PS4 system update 7.00 release date will likely land in two weeks time, and will be available to everyone with a PS4 or PS4 Pro console, and will bring a slew of new features to the game, too.

The new firmware update is good news for people that like their 4K, HDR graphics nice and balanced – the PS4 system update will introduce HDR calibration, as well as the option to host parties of up to 16 people.

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It's not quite as big an update as being able to tweak your HDR settings, but you'll also be able to apply updates to your PS4 console without resetting the machine once this update lands.

It's pretty handy being able to test out these updates before they go live to the wider public, and you can sign up to get on the PS4 beta program now.

Here's what you need to do to sign up to Sony's PS4 Beta Tester program:

• Register your interest in Sony’s beta program by signing up with your PlayStation Network account here .
• Fill out the enrollment form, and make sure to tick the box asking if you'd like to participate in all future System Software Betas – this is what will allow you to demo new features ahead of time.
• Check the email in your related account's inbox to see if your application was successful.
• Download the next update when it becomes available.

It's worth noting that sometimes these early updates can be a little unpredictable and can make your PS4 crash – but it's worth it for trying our new features first, right?

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