The latest PS5 system and DualSense Edge controller updates are now available
Sony says the console update includes messages and usability improvements
Sony Interactive Entertainment has released a new PS5 system software update.
In addition to boosting performance and stability, Sony said PS5 update version 23.01-07.20.00 has “improved the messages and usability on some screens”.
The company has also updated the DualSense Edge wireless controller software to improve stability.
Having launched in beta in early February, PS5’s latest major system update was rolled out in early March.
In addition to Discord voice chat, it added the ability to start or request a Share Screen session with a friend directly from their profile.
It also introduced Variable Refresh Rate support for displays that support 1440p resolution.
Other new features included the ability to transfer data between PS5s, an option to upload game captures to the PlayStation App, using voice commands to capture video clips, and the ability to sort and filter games when adding them to a gamelist.
PS5 system updates released later in March fixed an issue with how Game Library content was being displayed and another that was causing Discord voice chat to disconnect.
More PS5 consoles were sold in the US last month than any other individual PlayStation system has ever achieved in the month of March, research firm Circana reported on Wednesday.