Looks like we’ve been away for longer than we anticipated, and not surprisingly, a lot has happened over the days in the realm of the PS4 and the PS Vita.

What happened while we were on vacation? PS Vita Firmware 3.50 and PS4 Firmware 2.50 are now available

First, Sony has officially released the highly anticipated PS4 Firmware 2.50. Codenamed “Yukimura” back in it’s beta phase, the firmware update is now live and up and running. We have already reported much of whats included on the firmware 2.50 update such as the much awaited Suspend / Resume function and the DualShock 4 button configuration.

You can download the PS4 firmware 2.50 update over-the-air or you can also download the update from the Official Playstation website here.

Sony has also rolled out Firmware 3.50 for the PS Vita. This update brings in a few new features such as 60fps for Remote Play and button remapping similar to the PS4 Firmware 2.50 update. An accessibility option has also been added, users can now also increase or decrease font size, enable color blindness and also enable closed captions among others.

On this update, Sony has also removed some features we previously reported such as the Maps and Near App, and although still working, support for the YouTube app has now been discontinued.

You can download the update over the air or you can get it from the Official PlayStation website here.

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