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Published on July 8th, 2008 | by Deejay Knight, Editor/Founder

PS3 Firmware 2.41 Live

Well, this weekend has been completely NUTS for Sony!

First, they drop the 2.40 firmware bombshell hoping to satiate the millions of seemingly unhappy gamers with what they’ve always wanted: in-game XMB and trophies. Then what happens? A bunch of PS3s have a little pow-wow and say something crazy like “You know what we should do? We should brick ourselves! Then we’d really rock!”.

That didn’t end too well, if you were unaware. Sony immediately pulls 2.40 and promises to correct it soon. Unhappy gamers ’round the world shat bricks.

That was just before the holiday but today we can rest easy, as the correction firmware – 2.41 – is live and available for download.

While there were many of us who didn’t exactly have any problems with 2.4 (myself included), good luck to those that had problems. Hopefully you got the fix you needed.

PS3 System Software Update (v2.41) [PlayStation Blog]

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