But no longer. The latest PS5 firmware update has – albeit in beta – brought in a number of new changes, including UI improvements and a hesitant method for expanding internal storage with an M.2 SSD (while washing its hands of approving particular models so far).
If you have a PS5, you may have been disappointed to learn that Tempest 3D Audio – a standout feature of the console detailed at length by Sony’s various operatives and spokespersons – wasn’t compatible with a TV’s built-in speakers, requiring players to opt for quality over-ear headphones to get a sense of the scope and scale of surround sound audio formats.
These changes are seemingly available to those who’ve signed up to PlayStation’s Beta testing program, though they’re set to roll out to the general player base in the near future.
While the M.2 SSD changes may be making the most headlines, it’s the change to the 3D Audio format that’s most worth dwelling on – especially since it’s unclear how much benefit the average gamer will get out it.
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