Sony has officially detailed PS3 firmware 3.30 on the official PlayStation blog, set to hit the console "shortly" and officially make it the only console to take advantage of new stereoscopic 3D technology.
Other additions to the new firmware include enhanced ways to organize your trophies and support for "some upcoming new features" (mysterious enough?)
The biggest update, though, is the 3D support. All those 3D TVs that people keep talking about will finally get some compelling content.
3D updates are already underway for Wipeout HD, MotorStorm Pacific Rift, PAIN, and Super Stardust HD. Super Stardust HD was also one of the flagship games to get trophy support and seems to be Sony's favorite title for new tech demos.
According to the blog posting, the firmware update should come around the same time as Sony launches its first 3D TVs under its "Bravia" line. That should be within the next couple weeks. No word yet on whether or not compatible game updates will come day-and-date with the firmware expansion.
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