Like any first-generation product, PlayStation 5 hit the market with a few bugs capable of getting players on track. Especially a problem that caused the sudden restoration of the database, which in some more specific cases, could even kill the console’s data management system, turning the new PS5 into a beautiful and heavy white brick.
Less serious than this. We also had an annoying bug, capable of rendering the console’s download system useless. That is, the games were stuck in the download queue, with the only solution being the total system restoration. However, it appears that this bug has already been caught and crushed by Sony.
One of the PlayStation 5 bugs has been fixed!
So it seems that the recent Sony PlayStation update fixes the less serious bug mentioned above. That is, if you happen to think that your console was already completely out of danger, it seems that you still need to be careful, especially if you have Spider-Man Remastered installed on your PS5.
However, the problem related to downloads does seem to have its days numbered. Still, if you happen to have the problem, when you upgrade, you will need to enter Safe Mode on the console to rebuild the PS5 Database. Then, in principle, you will not encounter any more problems of this type.
Furthermore, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
Games worthy of the PlayStation 5 hardware? Only in 2022!
Do you see those games capable of selling consoles? How was The Last of Us on PS3 and God of War 2018 on PS4? Games that really raise the bar for all other projects still in development? Well …
It looks like these games will take a while to get to Sony’s next generation console.
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