Next is the changes to following user accounts, which is now limited to only official or developer accounts. You could previously follow specifically curated and verified accounts but this allows players to expand their content networks without pushing the limits of their friends list on PlayStation.
For those with a PS4 Pro.
According to Eurogamer, the PS4 Pro update will bring a series of improvements. If that idea disturbs you or you simply want Bob to stay out of our business, privacy settings will allow you to close yourself off to non-friends or block specific people.
There's no telling when the update will actually be coming out, as a release date hasn't been announced for it yet. Family accounts will be able to be monitored by more than one parent/guardian acting as the admin. Admins are able to set parental controls on a per-account basis so that each child has different communications, content-viewing and spending limit privileges. Accounts belonging to other PS4s can be sent to these adult accounts so that everyone is collected under the same family account, if desired.
PlayStation 4 firmware update 5.0 isn't out the wild yet but information on it has been come out ahead of time.
Lastly, with 5.0, system notifications will be visible from your Quick Menu so you don't need to head back to your Home screen. This means you can quickly check the progress of downloads/uploads.
Other additions to the interface include push notifications, additional languages including Czech, Thai, Greek, Vietnamese, Romanian, and Hungarian, and the ability to see spectator comments on screen while you're playing a VR game.
Behind-the-scenes support for bundle and compilation discs, with or without add-ons, and discs which support games and add-ons (such as a "Game of the Year Edition"), which do not require developers rework any code.