PlayStation 5: New system

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Shortly before the end of the year Sony Interactive Entertainment has released a new system update for the PS5. The version 21.02-04.50.00 is now available for download, the next start of the console you can download the patch immediately and are up-to-date.

Which changes bring the system update for the PS5?

The patch on version 21.02-04.50.00 is slightly over 900 megabytes and downloaded correspondingly quickly. With regard to the concrete changes, however, Sony Interactive Entertainment is largely covered, which also makes itself noticeable in the not very detailed patch.

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Daises System Software Update improves system performance

Thus, the new system update intends to improve some not-defined changes to improve the general performance of the PS5. Incidentally, it was already the previous update, which is available for download in October this year. At that time, some fans reported a performance boost in games, which run the downward compatibility on the PS5.

What bigger updates for the PS5 are at?

In addition to such smaller patches Sony Interactive Entertainment is currently working on at least one more extensive system update. According to current rumors, this should include, among other, support for the 1440p resolution as well as VAR (variable refresh rate). Although no concrete date is known for this purpose, but before the year 2022 you should no longer count on the release.

Source: Sony

From André left author 01.12.2021 at 11:50