Sony has today deployed a new PlayStation 5 firmware upgrade, bringing the console approximately version 21.01-03.20.00.04 -00.00.00.0.0 (yes, really). Weighing in at 902.3 MB, it must only take you a few minutes to set up. What does the spot in fact do, you ask? Well, here’s the single note related to the update:
- This system software application upgrade improves system performance.
Yep, it’s another one of those. The 2nd upgrade which follows right away afterwards is more intriguing. The PS5 DualSense controller can be upgraded with new firmware, and according to Reddit, this spot fixes the problem related to the battery charging indicator. It needs to now fill properly when the USB-C cable has actually been plugged in. If any more hidden functions are found, we’ll make sure to report them back to you.