Sony has released a major update for PlayStation 5 consoles that brings support for M.2 SSDs, new UI features, and 3D sound for the TV’s built-in speakers.
PlayStation 5 owners will now be able to hear 3D audio through their TV’s built-in stereo speakers, similar to the way it works on compatible headsets. Unfortunately, there is no information on Dolby Atmos audio support yet.
A companion update for the DualSense gamepad allows players to use the built-in microphone to calibrate the sound for the room they are in.
The most anticipated innovation is support for M.2 SSD drives. Now you can expand the built-in memory, which by default is only 825 GB (of which ~ 650 GB is available).
More information on all of the improvements can be found on the PlayStation website.
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