Sony has laid out details for the next major PlayStation 4 firmware update. Codenamed Kenshin, update 3.0.0 is set to include some new live streaming capabilities, additional online storage, and other quality of life updates.
The full details are laid out on PlayStation.Blog. PlayStation Plus members will see their online storage space increase tenfold, from 1GB to 10GB. A new meter is being added to help users keep track of how much online space is being used. In addition to that, users will now be able to stream PS4 games live through the YouTube app, a new feature that adds to last week's launch of YouTube Gaming.
Other changes include the addition of favorite groups, communities, and sharable Twitter clips that will likely need to be pared down to a 10-second maximum. Users can also send requests to watch a friend's gameplay session live.
No word on when the Kenshin update will go live for all users, but those registered for beta updates will see it go live for them today.