After its first week of release, PlayStation 5 now has its first firmware update available. The patch applies to all consoles worldwide, so it is suggested that it be the first thing to download when PS5 reaches the rest of the pending countries.
The patch 20.02-02-.25.00 has a size of 868 MB. As is tradition in the lack of information from Sony when updating its ‘firmware’, this version “improves system performance” on the console. Certainly, the launch of PlayStation 5 has not been without some mishaps since the console was launched on November 12 in the first selected countries.
What users really hope is that this patch can solve the problem with the PS5 sleep mode. Some owners have reported problems when using this mode to save energy. When reactivated, the console reports an error with external storage drive, even when nothing is connected. The flaw has even been reported to render the PlayStation 5 inoperable, according to a testimonial found on YouTube.
PlayStation 5 will arrive on November 18 in Colombia. Until Sony confirms that the sleep mode issue is resolved, it is best not to use it.