Sony News: PS4 WiFi Problems No Available Fix Yet, Free PS4 DLC Revealed And More

The Wi-Fi problem that many PS4 owners have been complaining about since the last the last two weeks after the PS4 4.50 update still have no real fix from Sony. For the PS Plus members, subscribers can take advantage of a free booster pack in Let it Die. Meanwhile, coming to PS4, PS3 and PS Vita platform is the fantasy gothic RPG Revenant Saga.

PS4's Wi-Fi Problem

According to reports, Sony's big PS4 version 4.50 update that landed two weeks ago is still leaving owners unsatisfied and disappointed. Despite the boost in frame rates, the update also comes with a connectivity issue where owners have their consoles cut off from the internet.

Many owners reported that after updating their consoles, it could not connect to the Wi-Fi network, because the Wi-Fi password is not correctly set on the PS4, or the wireless network is busy. The problem lies within the new update because on other devices owners faced no issues at all in connecting.

Apparently, Sony has finally acknowledged the issue and says that they are looking into the situation. In the meantime, while the company has not yet released a fix for it yet, owners can buy a $30 Wi-Fi extender with a built-in Ethernet port to bridge the console's Wi-Fi gap.

Free PS4 DLC

Though the PS Plus April 2017 games lineup is yet to be revealed in full, Sony has already announced that subscribers can take advantage of a free booster pack in Let it Die. Starting from March 22 to April 18, PS Plus members can download the Direct Hell Booster Pack that gives the players in-game coins, extra storage, continues and more. As of now, it's only confirmed to be available in North America.

In addition, publisher Kemco announced that the Revenant Saga is coming to PS4, PS3 and PS Vita in spring. The game was made available on Steam earlier this month for $9.99 USD, which is a gothic fantasy RPG from Exe-Create.

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