Sony has announced that it has just updated the PlayStation Vita’s firmware to version 3.55, bringing with it a couple of minor but appreciated options.
First up is a new option to select the resolution of the video feed when you’re streaming games from a PlayStation 4. Sony notes that if you’re experiencing video or audio skips during gameplay on a higher quality stream, try dropping the quality for a more consistent experience. The other option here is a new parental control option to limit the use of the email app.
It’s nothing mind-blowing in either case, but again, are appreciated. Though while higher video quality is cool, it still doesn’t really make me want to stream games from my PS4 when there’s still fewer buttons on the Vita than the DualShock 4. Ah, well.