It's been a couple of weeks since Sony launched their first major PS5 update. Giving us system update 21.01-03.00.00, that implemented a host of new software features, new HDR features and quality-of-life improvements, including pre-loading game updates and moving PS5 games onto an external hard drive.
Now, Sony has quietly released system update 21.01-03.10.00 today, which seems to build upon this behind-the-scenes. As you might expect, it's nothing particularly exciting.
Sony Releases New PS5 System Update 21.01-03.10.00, But Don't Get Too Excited
Within the update 21.01-03.10.00 patch notes, all it confirms is that this update simply "improves system performance." For anyone who previously owned a PS4, that's likely to be a familiar sight, as Sony frequently released these kind of updates, often suspected as quietly patching potential exploits.
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