[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/03/LhceD8.jpg[/newsimage]The PlayStation 3s last firmware patch, 3.56, was intended to stymie pirates and hackers exploiting George Hotz's much-publicized 'jailbreak' workaround. Unfortunately, it also ended up causing some unforeseen issues for legitimate gamers - specifically, an HDD transfer bug that locked out players. And let's not forget it was also hacked hours after it launched. Tomorrow, the company releases its next system update - 3.60. It brings a novel new online storage system, along with other "minor features." Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/ps3-firmware-3-60-hits-tomorrow-adds-game-saves-to-the-cloud-41156/](http://www.myce.com/news/ps3-firmware-3-60-hits-tomorrow-adds-game-saves-to-the-cloud-41156/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
[QUOTE=Justin_Massoud;2579150]along with other “minor features.”[/QUOTE] Gee, i wonder what kind of features.
While looking for the changelog for 3.60 … I found this ->
>> Added: support for spoofed FW 3.55 to 3.56/3.60
****** Firmware spoofing (False Reporting to PSN of firmware version)
Thee cats out of the bag … and shagging every cool cat in Sony’s neighbourhood …