Other update is out for our beloved console and contains a bunch of new features per the official PlayStation blog. This new feature can be found in the Options menu while scrolling through your Library collection. Parents or guardians with access to the PlayStation Network account can log in via smartphone or PC and check how much each child account has played that day as well as how much time remains.
Another cool addition is that notifications will be sent to children during gameplay so that they know when they should save and quit. If needed, the family manager/guardians can apply playtime restrictions to make sure that the child is only playing for a set amount of time or within set playable hours.
Second is a slew of updates to the Library.
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The mandatory update weighs in at 460MB and brings new features to the console's operating system. Clicking on your name/avatar will list all applications that were purchased using your PSN ID. PlayStation Plus will now appear in the library to help keep track of free games. Just go to Notifications and press the "triangle" or "Options" button to open up a menu that will allow you to select a single or multiple notifications you'd like to delete.
We've been able to change up the look of the PS4 with custom themes for a while now, but with 5.50, you can change your home screen background to any image you'd like. Specifically, it includes Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn, Chloe and Nadine from Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Kara from the upcoming Detroit: Become Human, Ellie from The Last of Us series, and an adorable pink bear that is featured in the upcoming Dreams. Users can now set custom wallpapers by transferring them over a USB drive.