The new PS5 update released earlier today by Sony Interactive Entertainment includes a fix that wasn’t previously detailed, namely allowing players to charge the DualSense controller using the front USB.
PS5 Update Applies Fix For DualSense Charging Issue
This apparently was an issue for some folk, but it should be fixed now thanks to the latest PS5 system software update. Having said that, users are still having various problems with the console, such as games crashing and discs spinning at random.
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As for the rest of the update? It improves system stability, as you’d expect. Hopefully this goes some way to remedy some of the above niggles.
The PS5 was released in the US and UK on November 12 and November 19, respectively. Sony confirmed that sales are already outpacing the PS4 at launch, and that new stock is on the way. You can read our full hardware review of Sony’s new telly box here.
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