In a blog post earlier today Sony confirmed the release of its latest update for its home consoles operating system which is available as of now (April 6th). The release with the intriguing internal title MUSASHI contains a number of improved and new features for the PS eco system as well as the usual bug fixes and patches
The option to appear offline has now been added in a new Online Status section of the profile tab allowing as the name suggests you to keep your activities online. (Handy if your trying to have a sneaky gaming session.) Individual friend's activities can also now be customised notifying you via separate notifications when requested.
Event Scheduling has now been added allowing for an Outlook-like organisation of your gaming sessions with fellow players from right within the PlayStation UI. No more doodle or Facebook events required anymore. These can be posted via community groups or sent as a message to individuals. These features will also be available via the PlayStation app.
Teens will now be able to create their own PlayStation account in an easier manner. Anyone aged between 13 and 17 can now create their own account in offline mode (until parents approve the account and complete the parental control settings.)
Another new feature Play Together will allow all members of a Party to see what each other is playing letting you quickly join a friend’s game, or start a new game together