Yes, it's time again for yet another hopelessly vague PlayStation 4 firmware update, as Sony has recently announced that patch v1.71 will be going live very soon. This follows soon after the much anticipated update v1.70, which added a plethora of new features, including HDMI support and the video editing software SHAREfactory.

Needless to say, there really isn't anything quite so exciting in this update. Rather, the patch will "improve software stability of some features", as well as presumably help to iron out some of the bugs that were being reported with the newly implemented systems. In truth, the Japanese giant's super system has made firmware frustration a thing of the past, thanks to the nifty automatic download feature. Reminisce about your favourite firmware patches in the comments section below.

[via twitter.com]