PS5 got its first system update however nobody’s precisely sure what it does

The PlayStation 5 hasn’t been totally smooth sailing in the days given that it launched. There are plenty of reports of crashes, flickering, and corrupted database problems stemming from external HDDs. It’s not a deal-breaker by any ways, but people have actually had problems.
Maybe the very first PS5 system update will help alter some of that. Sony pressed a firmware upgrade this morning. It’s over 800 MB in size and Sony’s description is one we’ve heard prior to: “This system software application upgrade improves system efficiency.”
That has everyone wondering what exactly the upgrade does. It’s undoubtedly geared toward stability, however which specific problems are dealt with? It’s impossible to understand. Gamers want detailed patch notes since it’ll determine whether they believe it’s safe to put the console in rest mode or whether they can use external USB storage. That’s not really Sony’s design when it comes to stuff like this.
PS5 owners are left to guess and, if they’re feeling dangerous, test for themselves where the upgrade may have repaired things. It’ll all simply end up as experimentation and semi-informed conjecture though. The main word will simply remain that the update enhances system performance.
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