PlayStation 5 system update offers significant gains to storage capabilities.
The latest PlayStation 5 beta update boasts incredible new features – such as enhanced storage capability.
Sony released an important beta update for PlayStation 5 yesterday in case you missed it, including accessibility features, support for Dolby Atmos-enabled audio devices, social feature upgrades and larger capacity M.2 SSD support.
As with other beta releases from other companies such as Facebook or Netflix for instance. However, users in select regions including US Canada Japan UK Germany France will get to experience and provide feedback before it’s made globally later in 2018.
Thus some features might change before hitting all consoles but overall this sounds promising, offering accessibility features, Dolby Atmos support audio device compatibility alongside social feature upgrades as well. It could potentially offer many improvements: accessibility features supported audio devices supported Dolby Atmos audio device support as well as larger M.2 SSD support among many more.
Storage capacity has become the focal point for PlayStation 5 users. When purchased as part of a bundle with SSD technology, users can increase the storage to four TeraBytes or, if selected for beta testing, eightTB. We hope that later this year this feature will reach more people as it gains adoption among us all.
M.2 SSDs must satisfy certain specifications to fulfill their role properly; you can view those on the PlayStation Blog; it would be prudent to read up carefully as SSDs can be expensive so making an educated purchase decision can only benefit.
As part of its update, PlayStation 5 now allows its owners to either reduce or completely silence its power-on beep – no more annoying your spouse with unnecessary noise when trying to sneak one last round of Fortnite or Warzone at midnight!