Your PlayStation 4
console supports 3D
Blu-ray playback, though before that functionality becomes available, you need to install the latest firmware update, version 1.75. Sony has begun rolling out the update to PS4 users, giving them bragging rights over Xbox One
owners, at least for the time being (Microsoft will roll out 3D Blu-ray support to the Xbox One in August).
There are a few other goodies included in the update, though mostly minor from here on out. They include improved sound quality during 1.5x playback with Blu-ray and DVD videos, the relocation of system messages to the top-left corner (previously display on the top-right corner), and Featured Content added to the Settings > System > Automatic Downloads and Uploads section.
"When this setting is enabled, featured content from the PlayStation Store is automatically downloaded while the PS4 system is either powered on or in standby mode," Sony explains. "To download while in standby mode, go to Settings > Power Save Settings > Set Functions Available in Standby Mode] and then turn on Connect to the Internet."
There are several different ways you can install the 1.75 update on your PS4, directions for which you can find here