Normally, PS5 and previous PlayStations usually receive big updates with important news with several months of margin and meanwhile, Sony releases small patches that optimize possible problems or that provide stability to the console.
Firmware updates are usually pretty common on PS5, but they don’t add too many changes. In fact, there are always users joking about these patch notes, which always carry the same phrase: system performance improvement.
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However, a new update of this style does add more than just improvements and optimizations. The new version 22.01-05.50. of the console incorporates a new function here we leave you:
Basically, if you now update your PS5 you will be able to access the automatic low latency mode known as ALLM. If you have a compatible television, you can adjust this mode in the menus of your console.
For this you must go to [Configuración] > [Pantalla y video] > (Video out) > [ALLM]. In case you select the option of [Automático]your TV will switch to low latency mode automatically (excuse the redundancy) while you play.
In case you select the option [Apagado]the ALLM will not run, except when you have a VRR output, known as variable refresh rate.
Of course, this update also brings performance improvements to the system. That will never change. Remember that this new version will automatically skip you with a warning that a firmware revision is available for download. Otherwise, you must go to PS5 Settings and look for the option in the drop-down.
The update is necessary if you want to play onlineso when you connect to the Internet you will be asked to update the console.
It should also be borne in mind that firmware version 3.0-05.00.00 will arrive in the coming months, which will surely bring important changes.
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