PS5 System Software Update 21.01-03.21.00 Today (July 8) - Patch Notes
The update is available for download right now!
A brand new PS5 update was deployed today (July 8), but don’t get your hopes up for any new features or changes as the update appears to be a standard ‘stability improvements’ patch.
Unlike previous updates, the PS5 update released on July 8 doesn’t come with a new DualSense Controller update. So when you’ve finished installing the latest system software version, you won’t need to plug your controller in to update it.
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PS5 System Software Update (July 8)
As mentioned previously, the PS5 update released on July 8 appears to be a standard patch to squash some bugs and improve the overall stability of the console.
Considering it has been a month since the previous PS5 update, it’s no surprise that the console could do with a further stability update.
The update is available for download right now, and should automatically begin when you next turn your console on. Players will need to manually install the update once it finishes downloading.
If you have any troubles downloading or installing the latest PS5 update, make sure to visit the official PlayStation website.
Similar to previous PS5 Updates, the latest System Software Update comes in at 902.4MB to download. The update should only take a minute or two to download, depending on your internet speed.
As of writing, Sony has not released any patch notes aside from the notes that appear on the console when updated. Until further notes are released, check out the console patch notes below:
For the best PlayStation Experience, make sure your PS5 system software is always updated to the latest version. To learn more, see the online user’s guide from (Settings) on your PS5.
Main features in this system software update
- This system software update improves system performance.
For more details about this update, please see https://playstation.com/system-software/
That’s all there is for the July 8 PS5 update, should any further details be released from Sony regarding the update, we will update this article.