The PlayStation 5 system software beta program has begun. PS5 users will contribute to the development of system software.
Today it was announced on the PlayStation Blog that beta tests for PS5 system software have been launched. Only users over the age of 18 from 6 countries will be able to participate in the test program. Users who register first will experience the new features of the system software. Ps5 system software will be developed with feedback.
Users enrolled in the test program will support development
Starting today, you can participate in the PS5 system software beta program. Registration was opened for users over the age of 18 in the US, Canada, Japan, the UK, Germany and France. Sign-up users will experience first-hand new features and developments for PS5 system software. They will support faulty parts with feedback and contribute to the development of system software. Once registered, you will receive instructions on how to download the beta version of the next system software via email.
Users who register will need an internet connection and a PlayStation Network account. They will also be automatically called to new beta programs that will open in the future. So they don’t have to re-register. The last major PS5 system update in April includes expanded USB storage, intergenerational Share Play,improved Game Base,improved interface features, and social features. The next update of the PS5 will help users who have signed up for the beta test.