Over on the PlayStation 5 landscape, major system updates are a gift from Sony Interactive Entertainment are lesser than people would hope. However, when the PlayStation company ships the client, it surely delivers. The firm proves to approach the matter differently unlike Microsoft that enters in smaller increments of new features in a different fashion evidently.
Previously, Sony welcomed back in April a title update that expanded USB storage alongside Cross-Generation Share Play support. The same update was then discovered to improve on 120 Hz displays with also dolled up HDR support too. Later on, PlayStation 5 beta users found that a slew of tests are rolling out for features such as trophy tracker and 3D speaker audio. Now, that is coming this week to all users.
On Tuesday, Sony Interactive Entertainment unveiled that the aforementioned tools and more is planned to ship in a update arriving on Wednesday, September 15th.
We’re pleased to launch our second major PS5 system software update to all PS5 owners globally. The update includes a variety of enhancements to the PS5 console experience as well as 3D audio support for built-in TV speakers. It also features M.2 SSD storage expansion, which enables PS5 players to store and play PS5 games, PS4 games, and media apps directly from the expanded high-speed storage.
We’re also expanding mobile features with support for PS Remote Play over mobile networks starting tomorrow, and the ability to view Share Screen broadcasts on PS App beginning next Thursday, Sept. 23. Thanks to everyone in the community who participated in our system update beta — your support and feedback was valuable. Here are some of the key new features coming to PS5, PS4 and our mobile apps.Hideaki Nishino, PlayStation Platform Experience Senior Vice President
As mentioned in the initial reporting, the PlayStation 5 UI is finding an increased number of additions. In that, Control Center is to give users more option in its layout, Game Base also welcomes more attention with user messaging now enabled. Game Library also better categorizes both PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5 versions better as well.
The PlayStation 5 also welcomes a new ‘personal best’ capturing tool which will automatically start recording when you meet a time in time trial or finish a challenge. Additionally, trophy tracker makes its way to PlayStation 5 for users to understand the progress left for respected titles accordingly.
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Source: PlayStation Blog