PS5 Update Adds Long Overdue PS4 Feature
A brand-new update to PlayStation 5 consoles has actually included a past due function that was formerly seen on PlayStation 4. Since the PS5 introduced back in late 2020, Sony has actually slowly been improving the platform, especially in regard to its UI and accompanying functions. And while there are still a variety of brand-new additions to the PS5 that fans have been requesting, Sony has at least now made its current-gen console more comparable to its last-gen hardware.
Over the previous three months, we've been beta checking the next generation of our on-console competitive experience: PlayStation Tournaments for PS5, discussed sony's Louis Figueroa in a new post on the PlayStation Blog site. The brand-new experience simplifies competitive play with much shorter competition times, seamless on-console sign-up, quickly visible competitions, all-new UI, real-time match updates, and more enhancements that deal with common barriers to online competitive play.
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From December 1st to January 31st, Sony will be hosting a Win-A-Thon on PS5 and PS4 consoles where playing will be able to win rewards like cash, PS5 consoles, and brand-new Danseuse Edge cordless controllers. The Win-A-Thon is a leaderboard where you'll have the ability to improve your own rank by taking part in competitions that are being provided on PlayStation platforms. In the meantime, the three games that work with PlayStation tournaments on ps5 include NBA 2K23, FIFA 23, and Guilty Gear-- Strive.
As of today, Sony has actually officially rolled out its PlayStation Tournaments function to PS5 consoles. The function most likely isn't known about by numerous PlayStation fans, it's something that Sony has continued to focus on as it attempts to promote esports and competitive gaming.