PlayStation 5 has finally arrived in Colombia and all the fans are eager to have the new Sony console. With all the improvements in the field of view and performance in games, PlayStation 5 has a few properties and secrets that can make the experience on the console much more pleasant. From registry tools to applications that were believed to be removed from the system, PlayStation 5 has some tricks and secrets that you may not have known about.
These are some secrets you probably didn’t know about PlayStation 5
Now you can keep track of the time of each game
Some people like to brag about how many hours they have invested in a game. On PS4, this feature depended on each title when displaying in save files. Now, the new console keeps track of all the games that have been played on it. PlayStation 5 displays the number of hours played and the time since the game was last run.
To see the record, go to Profile> Games. There may also be logs of games played on PS4 in case you’re curious.
Personalized experience with preset profiles
Regardless of language preferences or control settings, the console can now standardize and adjust them automatically without the need to navigate to in-game options. Among the options we find the activation of subtitles by default, invert the camera of the controls, change the difficulty and leave the audio of the title in a preferred language. It is no longer necessary to change the language of the console to avoid the Spanish “vital wave” in some games.
They can activate the profiles in Settings> Saved Data and Game Settings> Presets.
A wish list to keep track of future acquisitions
The games you’ve been salivating about for months have a place in reserve so you don’t lose sight of them. Any game found on the new PS Store can be added to the Wish List. You can also follow these titles to get the latest news about them.
To add a game to your Wish List, just go to the game on the PS Store and hit the button with the heart.
PlayStation 5 does have an internal internet browser
Officially, Sony claimed that the PS5 would not have an internet browser. Strictly, it is not entirely true. Some users have discovered how to use the browser through authentication pages or by sending messages with the Google address in order to access most functions. The address bar cannot be accessed, but it has properties like video in HTML5. We know this is not ideal, but hopefully Sony can fully implement this browser in the future.
The DualSense’s built-in microphone has its own tricks
The control’s built-in microphone may DualSense It may not be the pinnacle of today’s technology, but it has a couple of tidbits to make using the PS5 much more practical. Using the voice recognition features, users can speak directly into the microphone and the console will identify their words to convert them into text.
For the system to identify when words are being entered, they must press the R2 trigger when they speak. This is extremely useful to save time typing messages or words in the search engine.
They can also have microphone control to avoid awkward situations when they are not using it. They can go to Settings> Sound> Microphone> Microphone Status at Login. Here they can mute the microphone when turning on or restarting the console.
Videos can now be recorded with comments
For those who want to venture into the world of ‘Let’s Play’, PlayStation 5 has more tricks up its sleeve. Videos can now be recorded in gorgeous 4K using the button “Create”
When they have finished their video clip, they can go to the Media Library and add their comments using the edit option “Add Audio”. These spoken notes can be added with the DualSense’s built-in microphone or the one that comes with your headphones.
Do not forget that you can also manage your PS5 using the renewed PS App, available for devices Android Y iOS. With the application, they can schedule downloads and free up space they no longer need, while the console is in sleep mode.
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