Sony has released a new system update for PlayStation 5. One of the adjustments is that the audio volume of the DualSense controller and the microphone in the controller has been improved.

The bottom line is that the DualSense now has more volume and therefore sounds coming from the controller while gaming are more audible. In addition, improved noise cancellation has been added to the controller microphone. This means, among other things, that the sound of buttons being pressed should be less audible through the microphone. The update also requires PS5 owners to update the controllers.

Furthermore, the system update ensures that people who watch others game via Share Screen can now place emoji and tips on the screen. This way, viewers can interact with the person playing. This was already available last February for people who received the system update via a beta.