As promised, Sony has deployed PlayStation 4 firmware update v1.75 this morning. The 194MB refresh should automatically start downloading if you have your system in standby, and incorporates 3D Blu-ray support among a variety of other system improvements, including enhancements to audio quality when playing movies at 1.5x speed.

Additional tweaks include the movement of system notifications from the top-right to the top-left, as well as a feature which will automatically download content to your system in standby mode. This is an opt-in service, and will presumably pull down high-profile demos and apps without you even needing to tell the system to. Sounds like an easy way to fill up your hard drive, huh?

Remember, you’ll need to have the firmware update installed before you can log in to the PlayStation Network, so make sure that you set aside a few minutes to get everything up to date. As already alluded, slamming the system in standby mode really is the answer to all of your problems.