Sony PlayStation hasn't had a great week. After talking up their 2.0 firmware update for months, which was set to bring a host of major updates, including Share Play, the company has finally noted that things are all that rosy.
Some users have been having issues with consoles freezing or even not turning back on when the consoleis placed into the new 'Rest' mode. PS's social media guy Sid Shuman has responded to questions on the official PS blog, with a few nuggets of information.
The basic gist is that PS are still looking into the issues around the new update. This is as much official word as we've had to date, and isn't like to do much to allay people's fears at taking on the update.
There has also been a lot of speculation around the PS Plus offerings across the three platforms for November, especially seeing as it would be normal practice for the new titles to release on the first Tuesday of the month in the US - that's tomorrow. Shuman says:
"PS Plus details are coming soon - stay tuned."
Finally, there's no good news for Driveclub fans either, the PS Plus version of the game still doesn't have a release date or any update on its status.
Hopefully more good news to come for PlayStation.