Recently, Sony Interactive Entertainment released the primary major system update for the PlayStation 5. The update brought new storage options and a few welcome social features.
Now, a replacement PS5 system update has been released for Sony’s latest console. System Update 21.01-03.10.00 is now live for PS5, and you’ll download it immediately.
And if you’re wondering what’s the dimensions of this update and whether you would like to plan beforehand or not, the new PS5 update is merely 902MB. As for the question that what does it do? Well, it does the standard task of improving the system performance and stability.
Stability updates for the consoles aren’t a replacement thing. we’ve seen this for the whole console cycle since the first days of PlayStation.
These smaller updates after the main updates also are standard practice. The engineers attempt to fix (even though they’re not noticeable) things behind the scenes so that the available system stays stable.
Although tons of hype were related to PS5, the assembly issues have left tons of players with a console since its launch. People want to get their hands on one as soon as possible, but the availability has been quite limited thanks to the current pandemic situation. Scalpers have made things worse.
Recently, Sony Interactive Entertainment also found the notorious CMOS issue, which could render PS5 unable to play digital games if the batteries related to CMOS are dead. Sony told users that they’re going to be fixing it as soon as possible.
PS5 System Update 21.01-03.10.00 may have a solution for this within the background. However, we can’t make certain. Hopefully, the new update will be a smooth installation for the users, and PS5 owners won’t encounter the other issues.