PS5 system update improves system performance

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PS5 system update 20.02-02.20.00 is now live and “improves system performance”, says Sony.

While there's been reports about the rest mode causing problems for players, whereby the power-saving mode causes system instability, Sony didn’t detail what was specifically impacted in the recent update.

The PS5 is also reportedly suffering from a download queue issue which means a factory reset is necessary to download games but is also unclear if the system update addresses that concern.

PS5 is available now.
 
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Well, folks. I may get the Xbox Series S or X, if they don't announce the (and this annoys me) Silent Hill reboot as a PS5 exclusive. In which case, I see no reason to get two consoles, just because one has a faster loading speed. For I mean, I kind of need a little something more than that, since I generally don't play a wide range of games. After all, I am a survival horror fan. Although I do like a select few other games, but you know? I just need a better reason than one console loading up something, like 10 seconds quicker...

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Demon_skeith

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Well, folks. I may get the Xbox Series S or X, if they don't announce the (and this annoys me) Silent Hill reboot as a PS5 exclusive. In which case, I see no reason to get two consoles, just because one has a faster loading speed. For I mean, I kind of need a little something more than that, since I generally don't play a wide range of games. After all, I am a survival horror fan. Although I do like a select few other games, but you know? I just need a better reason than one console loading up something, like 10 seconds quicker...

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I think PS5 will have better games for it in the long run, MS did buy up a lot of companies but hard to say what they will put out.
 

Ash

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No problems so far with my PS5 (touch wood). It did crash once after I closed Astro's Playroom (after the update) but since then, nothing.
 

MicroNort

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Well, folks. I may get the Xbox Series S or X, if they don't announce the (and this annoys me) Silent Hill reboot as a PS5 exclusive. In which case, I see no reason to get two consoles, just because one has a faster loading speed. For I mean, I kind of need a little something more than that, since I generally don't play a wide range of games. After all, I am a survival horror fan. Although I do like a select few other games, but you know? I just need a better reason than one console loading up something, like 10 seconds quicker...

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The controller is supposed to be something special if you want another reason to pick PS5.
 
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