Sony’s PS5 firmware update 1.70 is now available to download and install. This update includes a new system software that introduces new features and enhancements, including a new “Share” feature that lets you share content with other PS5 players in your social networks.
Ask GN 115: Isn't Sony Infallible? PlayStation 5 Thermal Mods? Thermal Pads?
Sony PSFirmware Update
Sony has released a firmware update for the PlayStation 5, which addresses several issues.
The update includes a fix for a problem in which some users were not able to play online games. It also fixes an issue in which PS4 users were not able to transfer games to the PS5.
The update is available now and can be downloaded automatically if you have the latest software update installed. If you have not yet updated your software, you can download the update from the PlayStation5 website.
The First Cracks in the Sony PSFirmware
Sony proudly unveils their brand new PlayStation 5 gaming console to the world and the Internet goes nuts with speculation. Naturally, the first thing to break is the firmware.
This firmware is the brain of the PlayStation 5 and it contains all of the system’s essential code and settings. So, when it’s released, there’s bound to be some buggy bits inside.
Within hours of the console’s release, people had managed to find and exploit a bug that allowed them to access the system’s root account. This gave them total control over the console, including the ability to install new firmware, change settings and even delete data.
Naturally, this was met with alarm by Sony, who patched the vulnerability as soon as they were made aware of it. However, it’s clear that there are still some kinks to be worked out with this new console.
Update to the Sony PSFirmware
Dear Professional Gamer,
Welcome to the latest in my series of in-depth look at the latest firmware updates for the Sony PlayStation
- I’ve been hearing a lot of chatter online about the new firmware updates and I wanted to take some time to explain what they are and what they mean for gaming on the PlayStation 5.
First of all, let’s take a look at what the new firmware updates are. The first update is version 1.81 and it brings a number of new features to the console. These include a new screen-to-screen sharing feature that allows players to share their gameplay with friends, as well as a new feature that allows users to pause and resume gameplay within a game. The update also includes a new system that allows users to delete games and applications from the console.
The second update is version 1.82 and it focuses on fixing some of the issues that users have been experiencing. This update includes new features that improve the network experience, as well as a new feature that allows users to control their PlayStation 5 with their voice. The update also includes fixes for a number of issues that have been reported by gamers.
So, what does this all mean for gamers? Well, the new firmware updates are a way for Sony to improve the console’s overall performance and stability. They also include features that make it easier for users to interact with their console, as well as fixes for issues that have been reported
What’s New in the Sony PSFirmware?
Installation of the updated firmware on your Sony PS5 will result in improved performance, including faster loading times of games, enhanced multitasking and a smoother experience when streaming or using the PS5’s social media features.
In addition to these benefits, the new firmware also addresses several issues that have been reported by users, including problems with the camera and audio.
Overall, the updated firmware is a major update that should make your Sony PS5 experience smoother and more efficient.
New Sony PSFirmware Update
As we all eagerly await the release of the much anticipated new Sony PlayStation firmware update, we thought we’d take the time to explain some of the new features that are coming with it.
First and foremost, the update will include support for 4K resolution, which is sure to please those of you that are heavy graphics gamers. Secondly, there will be a new ‘Remote Play’ feature that will allow you to play select PS4 games on your PC or Mac. Finally, many of you have been asking for a way to disable the PS4’s auto-updates, and we’re happy to say that this feature is finally coming to the PS4 with the update.
So there you have it – a little bit about the new Sony PSFirmware update. We can’t wait for you to try it out and see all the amazing things that it can do!
Sony has released the firmware for their new Playstation 5 console, and gamers are already starting to find the first cracks in the system. While some have found ways to get around some of the new security features, others are finding that the system is not as secure as Sony had promised.