PlayStation 3 ready for 3D gaming

The PlayStation 3 (PS3) is ready for 3D gaming.

Soon a new update will appear for the PlayStation 3, according to Sony’s official web blog. This update should soon allow gamers to play in 3D on their game console.

With firmware update 3.30 Sony is gearing up for the launch of the first 3D TVs that will appear this summer. The electronics giant will launch 3 models (HX800, HX900 and LX900 series) on the market. Buyers will get the four PlayStation 3 games (WipEout HD, MotorStorm Pacific Rift, PAIN and Super Stardust HD) free.

Sony will be adding a few new features to PlayStation 3 (PS3) via the latest system software update, which is a mandatory update and will be available shortly. Most notably, you’ll see some new sorting options within Trophies that make it easier to claim bragging rights among your friends on PlayStation Network.

Trophy enhancements –- Now you can more easily sort trophies in the [Trophy Collection] and [Comparing Trophy] sections. Sorting can be done with [Trophy Collection] in the [Game Category] and also when comparing trophies with your friends in the [Friend Category]

Trophy Folder (Title List) can be sorted by game name/ by title according to the date in which you earned your last trophy (ascending/descending)

Add-on list (Group list) can be sorted by original/the date in which you earned your last trophy (ascending/descending)

Trophy list can be sorted by original/trophy name/grade/date of obtaining the trophy (ascending/descending)

In addition, this update preps the PS3 system for some upcoming new features, including 3D stereoscopic gaming, which is coming soon to PS3, in time for the launch of Sony’s 3D BRAVIA TVs.

Sony will continue to accelerate its efforts to create both attractive 3D hardware and content, and provide new forms of 3D enjoyment.

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