The PlayStation 5 console has had another update. Sony releases the patch number 22.02-06.00.01which takes up quite a lot of space. 1.8 GB, because that is exactly what it weighs, should be a harbinger of many new functionalities. Well, not this time. Sony focuses on improving system performance.
Improving system performance is extremely important, but some players may be disappointed with the lack of new features. The previous update introduced support for 1440p resolution, the ability to create lists with games and a whole host of little things, such as searching for content on YouTube using voice commands.
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Previous updates were also much smaller. Perhaps the new patch is designed to adapt the environment to the full PlayStation 5 integration with Discord messengerwhich is supposed to happen later this year. At this point, it is worth recalling the changes that the console is currently undergoing.
Sony wants to fight the crisis and inflation and to this end increases the prices of the PlayStation 5. A new version of the console has entered the market, which has a smaller processor (which is to reduce energy consumption) and a rebuilt cooling system.
David Nield, journalist of Games Markup