FOX NEWS — Sony’s PlayStation 3 is now in Windows 10, and users are finding that some of the company’s newest hardware isn’t supported by the software.
The news broke this morning as Ars Technica reported that the latest firmware for the console is now compatible with Windows 10.
The news was first revealed by Ars Technic’s Matt Cutts and the Windows 10 Blog.
A spokesperson for Microsoft told Ars Technichat that Windows 10 is the preferred OS for the PS3, but that some older hardware is not.
In order to upgrade the firmware, users must install an app called PS3 Update Manager that can update the firmware on their computers.
Microsoft has also published a list of supported firmware.
Users can use this list to download the firmware for their PS3 and Windows 10 systems.
We’ve contacted Microsoft to confirm that it’s aware of the issue and will be updating the firmware to support it in the coming days.
PS3 Update manager also offers support for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and the Xbox One S. Microsoft has confirmed that it is actively investigating the issue.