Only today Sony announced that it has released the 22.02-06.50.00 update for PS5, and apparently there is already talk of the next official console firmware .
The latest update is designed in view of the launch of DualSense Edge, the highest-end and customizable controller designed for the most demanding players (you can request an invitation to purchase on Amazon).
Available for download from now on for all users with the latest generation consoles, apparently the update will not be the only one at the beginning of 2023.
According to Tom Henderson (via Insider-Gaming), the next and important PS5 firmware update will finally add game streaming to PS Plus Premium, and more.
According to Henderson, the update, currently scheduled for March 8, 2023 (as revealed by Henderson in August 2022), will include full Discord, revealed in 2021.
On top of that, sources have revealed that PlayStation 5 games will be available to stream on PS5 via cloud streaming (to save disk space).
It was also announced that this function will be included in the Premium level of PlayStation Plus: the function, called “Cronus“, is under development and testing for several months.
Insider-Gaming also revealed that the public beta for Update 7.00 will begin in the next few days and end on January 30, although beta testers will not be able to use the Discord integration functionality during testing.
Remaining on the PS5 theme, we remind you that the DualSense Edge will allow you to customize your gaming experience with the controller to the maximum, as announced in the latest dedicated official video.
But that’s not all: a few moments after officially announcing the new free games coming to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium, Sony has decided to backtrack on some announcements, which were evidently unveiled by mistake.
If, on the other hand, you have not yet subscribed to the subscription service, we remind you that you can still take advantage of a special discount on PS Plus subscriptions for a very few hours.