PS4 and PS4 Pro firmware updates have been released by Sony.
The latest PS4 firmware update moves things from version 4.05 to version 4.06.
And unfortunately, despite rumours of a big new feature coming to PS4 and PSN, the PS4 firmware update only makes minor changes.
According to the patch notes released by Sony, "this system software update improves the quality of the system performance".
On the plus side, the update only weighs in at a paltry 297MB, so it doesn't require much in the way of storage space.
Fans would have been hoping the update introduced the heavily rumoured PSN ID changes feature on PS4.
"Looks like Sony is making changes to make sure games retrieve PSN ID via internal account ID which would allow to unbind data from display name," reads the post.
"Could this mean we can hope for PSN ID changes in the future? Still a big question on how it's going to be handled for the old titles and platforms, but looks like some progress is being made."
It's been a busy time for Sony, which has just released the PlayStation VR virtual reality headset, as well as the PS4 Pro.
The PS4 Pro is being touted as Sony's most powerful console ever, and should give PS4 games a 4K visual boost, displaying supported titles at a higher resolution and frame rate.
PlayStation VR games will also benefit from the boost in power, as well as upcoming and existing PS4 games like FIFA 17, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Final Fantasy XV.