PS5 is one of the most popular gaming systems in the world, and it comes in two versions: PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Drive and PS5 Digital Edition. And, Sony has been responsibly delivering some pretty interesting software upgrades in the past. While the gaming community welcomes fresh updates on a regular basis, some are anticipating Sony’s announcement of the PS5 beta program ahead of the major system update. If you’ve been thinking the same thing, we’ll take a deeper look at all of the facts around the PS5 beta program in this piece.
Sony will shortly launch the PS5 beta program.
Sony has finally revealed the PS5 beta program, which will allow customers to test out new features. The Beta program will essentially revolve around a massive future update that players will be overjoyed to get. However, according to Engadget, for the time being, only PS5 owners in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Japan, Germany, and France will be allowed to sign up for this program. The users’ eligibility is straightforward: you must be over the age of 18 to participate. If you are chosen, Sony Interactive Entertainment will send you an email with detailed instructions on how to download the beta firmware. Users will also be automatically added to a pool of potential beta testers in the future. That is to say, you will not have to go through the registration process again.
Nonetheless, you should be familiar with the beta procedures. Users sometimes overlook the fact that there is a chance of running into firmware bugs. Before the beta program ends, users can restore their console to the release version. This is all we know for now, and Sony will reveal more information about the features that selected beta testers will be able to try in the coming weeks. The M.2 SSD storage expansion slot is said to be one such feature. Sony is running a beta program for the PS5 console for the first time.
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