Sony released a new PS5 firmware. As the publisher announced on its website, the system update 21.01-03.10.00 is now available for download. The patch notes can be found in the support area. However, Sony is not willing to provide information about the current update.
According to the information, the firmware primarily improves system performance. The update does not seem to add any new features. It is also currently unknown which screws the developers have actually turned with the new PlayStation 5 firmware. As soon as we get more information, you will find out as usual in our news area.
Just a few weeks ago, Sony released a major firmware update for the PS5. Since then, PS5 games can be saved on a separate USB medium.
To move PS5 games from the console memory to the extended USB memory, open the home screen and select the game you want to drag to the USB memory. So you can easily outsource PS5 games. However: If you want to play it, you have to push it back into the internal memory.
At a later point in time, an update will also appear that will allow storage expansion via an M.2 NVM SSD. From there you can also start the PS5 games easily. A specific date for the update has not yet been set.
The PS5 was released in November 2020. Since then, the new Sony console has been sold out practically everywhere. You can find details on new offers in our bargain guide.
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