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Sony has announced some new updates and improvements for the PlayStation 5, which are currently available in beta and will be released worldwide in the coming months. The beta for these updates is limited to invited participants from the United States, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Germany, and France. These participants will receive an email if they are chosen.

One of the updates includes improvements to the sound of the DualSense controller’s speaker, allowing for a louder volume that makes game and voice chat sounds, as well as the built-in microphone, clearer for players. The microphone input quality has been enhanced through a new artificial intelligence machine learning model, which suppresses background noise from button presses and game audio, resulting in a better voice chat experience.

In addition, the brightness of the PS5 power indicator can now be adjusted. Screen sharing interactions have also been improved, allowing players viewing in full screen to use pointers and emoji reactions to interact with the host’s game. This means that viewers can move a pointer, send a ping, or draw a line on the shared screen, highlighting certain objects or areas to guide the host player more precisely.

Players can now adjust the brightness of the PS5’s power indicator by going to Settings, System, Beep & Light, then Brightness.

These updates aim to enhance the overall gaming experience for PlayStation 5 users, providing them with more control over their console’s settings and improving the quality of voice chat and screen sharing interactions. As the beta testing phase progresses, Sony will continue to gather feedback from participants to further refine and improve these features before their worldwide release.

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