PlayStation 5 getting v22.02-06.00.01 update

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According to the latest report, PlayStation 5 getting a new software update with the build number v22.02-06.00.01. In this update, developers improve system performance. You can now request party members to start screen sharing to view their gameplay. Below you can check the complete changelog which is mentioned below.

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PlayStation 5 Version: 22.02-06.00.00 Release Notes

  • In the game library, you can now create custom game lists to organize your games.
    You can create your games list in the games library by selecting the [Your Collection] tab.
    Select games that you want to add to your games list, then decide what you want to name them.
  • We’ve updated the following for the Game Help feature:
    Game Help now lets you know when help is available on both PS5 and mobile in the PlayStation App.
    You can choose whether to show in-game help notifications. On PS5, select [Settings] > [Notifications] > [Game Help]. In the PlayStation App, select [Settings] > [Push Notifications] > [Game Help].
  • 1440p HDMI video output is now supported.
    Before use, run a test to verify that your HDMI device supports 1440p output by selecting [Settings] > [Display and Video] > [Video Output] > [Test 1440p Output].
  • We’ve updated the following in the Game Base:
    You can now request party members to start screen sharing to view their gameplay.
    Go to the voice chat map, select the party member you want to send the request to, then select [Request screen share].
  • When you join a party and a party member plays a game you can join, you will now receive a notification. You can join the game directly from the notification.
  • When you receive a message, you can now view the sender’s profile by selecting the message and pressing the option key.
  • We’ve updated the following for [Friend Requests]:
    If you’ve accepted a friend request in the [Received] list, you can now view your new friend’s profile under [Accepted Requests].
  • You can now send stickers and voice messages to your groups in the game base map.
  • The following features will be added to Game Hubs:
    Ongoing activities can now be prominently displayed at the top of the game menu to make it as easy and quick as possible to get back to where you left off.
    When in-game help is available for an activity, the [Show Hints] button is displayed.
    In the [Videos from your recent games] section, you’ll see labels that indicate why the videos are recommended for you, e.g. B. “Quick Game”, “High Score” or “Achievement”.
  • When using the web browser, you can now choose between two types of zoom functions.
    Zoom lets you increase the size of elements on the page and adjust their layout to fit everything without having to scroll left and right.
    “Increase” increases the size of all elements on the page without any layout adjustments.
    The maximum zoom/enlargement rate is now 500%.
  • We’ve reorganized the 3D audio settings.
    These settings can now be found under [3D audio for TV speakers] and [3D audio for headphones] under [Settings] > [Sound].
    You can now hear the difference between 3D and stereo audio on the same screen and compare the two.
  • Voice Command now supports searching for content on YouTube using voice features. Currently, “Voice Command (Preview)” is only available in English for players with PSN accounts in the US and UK.
    You can say “Hey PlayStation, search [keyword] on YouTube” from anywhere on PS5, including while playing. The YouTube app will then open and relevant search results will be displayed.
    How you enter text using voice input has changed. If you had the screen reader turned on, you used to have to wait for the instructions to be read aloud. Only then could you speak into the controller to enter text using voice input. Now you can just skip the instructions by pressing the X button.
  • The following improvements have been added to the Screen Reader feature.
    When shortcuts for the controller’s buttons appear onscreen, the screen reader now reads them aloud.
  • We’ve updated the following for Remote Play:
    It’s now easier to use your PC or Mac keyboard with PS Remote Play. We’ve removed the text entry field so you can use your keyboard to type directly on your PS5 or PS4. In addition to typing, you can now use the keyboard to control games that support it.
  • The customized key assignment is now available in the passcode entry screen.
  • We have updated the DualSense wireless controller device software to improve stability.
  • Fixed an issue causing system software errors in sleep mode on some PS5 consoles.
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