Sony 3D Blu-ray update in October
Sony delays 3D Blu-ray update for PS3

02 Sep 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sony promises us that the 3D Blu-ray update for PlayStation 3 would arrive in September. But now Sony has delayed the update and says that we should expect it in October instead. So for now you will have to enjoy your 3D games.

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3D Blu-ray on PlayStation 3 in October

We had hoped that the 3D Blu-ray update would have been available during IFA 2010, but Sony has to disappoint the many PlayStation 3 owners and delay the update that allows PlayStation 3 to playback 3D Blu-ray. Expect an October release now.

Sony PlayStation 3 3D Blu-ray update in October
PS3 3D Blu-ray update in October

The 3D Blu-ray update for the PlayStation is expected to include:
  • 3D Blu-ray update
  • Ability to playback YouTube 3D videos
  • Option to display 3D images
  • Option to show 3D video recorded with 3D cameras

    PlayStation 3 can handle 3D games now. To learn how, read our guide here.

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