Sony PS3 Firmware 3.50 Release with 3D Blu-ray Support on September 21 announced at TGS 2010
Fall is here and Sony comes through on the promised 3D Blu-raysupport for the Sony PS3. At the TGS 2010 Sony announced that the PS3 firmware 3.50 will bring 3D Blu-ray support and will be released next week on September 21st. Now we just need 3D Blu-ray movies. Amazon actually carries the few available 3D Blu-ray movies you can buy now. Among them are Monster House and Cloud with a Chance of Meatballs. Disney's A Christmas Carol will ship on November 16th. See all 3D Blu-ray movies available on Amazon.
While support for Blu-ray 3D discs is the primary new feature within the 3.50 update, there will be a few additional features says Sony. Sony will unveil these on Monday. The Sony PS3 can already displaygames in 3D since firmware 3.30.
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