The PS5 firmware update will include Discord support and other quality of life enhancements, and a beta for it is already in the wild. People in Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States should receive email invitations to take part on February 2, 2023. They'll also get a first glimpse at possible improvements over 2023.
The PS5's requested Discord support will now be available, allowing anyone to enable a Discord voice chat. This allows anyone to show their Discord pals what they are playing on the system, although it is important to know that Discord will still be required to use it on a PC or mobile device for PS5 voice chat.
Sony explained what might be included in the future. It went over other ways to connect. You'll also be able to share screenshots and videos in your profiles. In the gameplay sections, there'll be things like new PS4 to PS5 save data options and PS5 to PS5 data transfer options.
Final note: A PS5 firmware beta feature is only available to people in the United Kingdom and the United States. You may record gameplay using certain voice commands, such as "Hey, PlayStation," "Start recording," and "Hey PlayStation," "Capture the last five minutes."
Select users in Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States will now receive the latest PS5 firmware beta invites.