PS3 Blu-ray update September 21
PS3 3D Blu-ray update on September 21

16 Sep 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sony has released very confusing statements as to when we can expect the 3D Blu-ray update for the PlayStation 3 console. This summer Sony said September, at IFA Sony said that it was delayed until October and now Sony says September 21.

PS3 will soon playback 3D Blu-ray

Sony is not very clear on this subject. In the summer of 2009 they said we should expect something this September but at their IFA press conference Sony said it was delayed until October. At a press meeting in Japan Sony now says that we should expect it September 21, according to Engadget.

Sony PlayStation 3 3D Blu-ray coming September 21
Sony PlayStation 3 3D Blu-ray coming September 21


The update is called 3.50, and has been confirmed for Japan but the PlayStation updates are usually released at the same time on all markets.

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

    We’ll update you with more information on September 21. But let’s see if the date is real this time…

    Source: Engadget



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