Nearly two weeks after the large PS5 firmware update was released, we got another one.
Sony has released a new firmware update for PlayStation 5 This morning. Regrettably, this updated version 21.01-03.10.00.03-00 does not have any exciting new features.
Sony has provided a patch note, which is a point that PlayStation owners should be very familiar with: “This system software update improves system performance,” it wrote. Like this patch note, everything else about this update is pretty common.
Sony is likely to fix the bug introduced by the massive April update, which is actually the first major firmware update for the console since its release.
In addition to cold storage of PS5 games on an external USB drive, overhaul of the game library, Share Play support for PS4, and various social functions, the April update also makes it possible to turn off HDR for games that do not support the game. , And added 120Hz support for 1080p displays.
If you put the PS5 in “rest mode”, it should automatically download and install today’s firmware. Otherwise, you can simply force the operation by opening the console and bringing it online.
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