A week after a previous update, the PS5 receives a new firmware update that improves the system's user interface quality of life.
On October 12, the PlayStation 5 will receive a new firmware update. Beyond the typical "this system software update improves system performance" message that users see upon installing a recent update, this update appears to address a long-standing concern of PS5 users.
Downloading and installing the PS5 update version 22.02-06.02.00 is currently possible worldwide.
This new update includes two notable upgrades. The first involves modifying Activity Cards, which have been a part of the user interface since the app's launch.
The PS5 previously received an update that enabled players to reveal all hidden trophies in games; the second change in this update focuses on the visibility and accessibility of the PlayStation Trophy feature.
These improvements are welcome, but the PS5's interface still needs work. Themes and a few other PS4 features are still unavailable.
It seems that the PlayStation 5 is on the right track to enhance its user experience, given the rumor that it will eventually integrate with Discord.