While Sony has released quite a number of firmware updates to the PS5 already, the company is launching another major update sometime this year! To help with that, Sony has launched the first PS5 system update beta sign ups so that participants would be able to provide feedback to Sony.
You can sign up for the PS5 system update beta right here, and you only need to sign up once in order to be able to participate in future PS5 system firmware betas. If you’re going to sign up, you’ll need to be over the age of 18 in the US, Canada, Japan, UK, Germany, and France. Once selected, participants will get an email with instructions on how t download the beta version of the next major firmware update for the console. You will, of course, need a PS5, an internet connection, and a PlayStation Network account in order to participate.
Take note that signing up isn’t a guarantee that you’ll be picked, so don’t be dismayed if you don’t get an email.
The latest major PS5 update was released this April, which added external USB storage support for PS4 games that can be played on the PS5, and more.
Hopefully, part of this next major update will let gamers use an external SDD to store PS5 games.
Source: PlayStation Blog