PS4 update 1.70 confirmed for April 30 by PlayStation Greece

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PlayStation 4 update 1.70 looks to be arriving on April 30, according to PlayStation Greece which confirmed the date on its Facebook page. The post has since been removed, but not before it was spotted by the eagle eyes at Reddit

Though SCEA or SCEE haven't officially announced anything, the date does fall in line with previous rumors. Earlier this month, a post on the Play Community from Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia also mentioned an April 30th rollout for the eagerly awaited update.

Initially talked about last month, PS4 system software update 1.70 will add a number of user-requested features including adding an option to turn off HDCP which will allow you to capture gameplay video via HDMI. It'll also add SHAREfactory, a "rich video editor" tool that allows you to personalize your video clips, as well as the option to export and save the videos and screenshots you capture to a USB drive.

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