It’s been almost a year since the broadcast Game console 5 Launch, although we saw Sony introduced a considerable PlayStation 5 system update earlier this month, there are still more updates to the console.
Fans have been outspoken about the lack of features of the console—for example, variable refresh rate, native 1440p display support, folder support, etc., which are not lost to the company.
against PlayStation Blog, Sony’s senior vice president of platform experience Hideaki Nishino once said that platform owners hope to provide “exciting new features” in the upcoming PS5 firmware update, and that the company has a “huge list before the console is released. “. Committed to integration.
“There are interesting, exciting, and wonderful ideas on the list,” Nishino said in a blog. “At the same time, we launched the PS5. Therefore, we have received a lot of feedback from the community and the media, my family, and my friends through social networks or system telemetry. We have a large list of feedback.”
“When I review the list of things we need to do, there are many,” he continued. “The community also has a lot of requirements. I want to use the Japanese way to say that I am working hard to develop these lists, and there will be more in the future.”
The most interesting part of the statement comes from how Sony positions itself to respond to fan feedback and requests; it is not just a feature that has been thought of since its release: the company’s engineers are actively interacting with users to understand what they can do for the console What.
“We don’t just write the features we want on the whiteboard. We work for the needs of our customers. We really want to solve problems in a pleasant way. This is our core passion. We are here for PlayStation [fans].”
Those features mentioned above—variable refresh rate, 1440p display support, and folder support—may be coming soon. But Sony has not specified what it is currently doing.