The PlayStation 5 received a new update, which is available to download once you boot up the console. The latest PS5 update doesn’t add many new features, but it does lay the groundwork for Sony’s next big hardware release. In fact, if you’ve pre-ordered one of Sony’s fancy new DualSense Edge controllers, then this is a crucial update for the PlayStation 5.
According to the patch notes, the 22.02-06.50.00 update adds support for the DualSense Edge wireless controller to the PS5.
The new hardware update also improves system performance for the console, leading to increased stability.
Sony’s new DualSense Edge controller has a January 26 release date.
Ideal for professional gamers, it boasts a variety of features, including interchangeable stick caps, remappable inputs, and various customization settings.
This includes adjustable stick sensitivity for better aiming in shooter games, as well as the ability to adjust dead zones.
Elsewhere, you can set the travel distance of your trigger buttons, which leads to faster inputs.
The ability to create different profiles means you can customize controller settings for different genres.
Like the Xbox Pro Controller, the DualSense Edge also has swappable rear buttons.
“The interchangeable rear buttons can be configured for many other button inputs, so you always have game-changing actions and essential controls at your fingertips,” the official description reads.
“Plus, with two different button styles to choose from, you can choose an input type to suit your play style.”
The DualSense Edge controller is available to pre-order from Sony’s website, where it costs £209.99.
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