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Sony claims latest PS5 update “improves system performance” – Video Games Chronicle

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Sony Interactive Entertainment has rolled out a new update to the PlayStation 5 system.

According to the company’s patch notes, version 22.02-06.00.01 was released on October 5th.

“This system software update improves system performance,” he said.

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The last PS5 system update before today, 22.02-06.00.00, was widely released in early September.

Originally released as a beta for select gamers in July, it introduced 1440p support, allowing those with TVs and monitors that support it to display games in that resolution.

It also added the ability to create “game lists”, which are folders players can customize to divide their library into smaller sections.

PlayStation Studios head Herman Hulst said this week that Sony’s growing focus on live-service games doesn’t mean it plans to stop creating the single-player, story-driven experiences for which the company is famous.

He also said Sony’s future console games will have to wait “at least a year” before coming to PC, with the exception of live service titles, which could launch simultaneously.

The PlayStation Stars loyalty program, which debuted in Asia last month and will roll out to Europe on October 13, launched today in North and South America.

October’s first wave of PlayStation Plus games were made available on Tuesday. Subscribers can now claim Hot Wheels Unleashed (PS5/PS4), Injustice 2 (PS4), and Superhot (PS4).