Sony provides SSD upgrade support on PlayStation 5

Sony provides SSD upgrade support on PlayStation 5

In the latest software update, PlayStation 5 users will be able to access the M.2 SSD upgrade slot for PlayStation 5 and several other features.

Sony has finally announced a system update for the latest PlayStation 5. In this update, users will gain access to use an additional SSD on their console.

Not only SSD storage support, but users will also get new features. One of them is 3D audio support through their TV’s built-in stereo speakers.

However, users will not get Dolby Atmos audio support other than Blu-ray disc playback or the new 3D audio setup for home theater systems.
The Verge (September 15) says there’s also an update to the PS5’s DualSense controller that lets players use the built-in microphone to help calibrate audio settings to work for the TV and the room they’re in.

Users will also be able to customize the Control Center layout by moving or hiding certain options. Additionally, PS4 and PS5 games are now separated in different library tabs.

The PS Remote Play feature will now be available when gamers are out of the Wi-Fi range to stream games or browse console menus. Sony recommends a minimum speed of 5Mbps for gaming, with a suggestion of 15Mbps in both directions for the best experience from a 5G or 4G LTE connection.

There are also a few other features coming after September 23, such as sharing screens from a friend’s PS5 in the PS App on iOS or Android. In addition, there will also be several other updates for the PS5 console in the future.


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