PS5 System Software Version 24.02-09 is Out and Adds Some Cool New Features

Dimmable PS5 power indicator and new parties and share screen features are among the updates with the latest PS5 system software

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The latest system software for PS5 is out of Beta and is landing on consoles all over the world right now. The new PS5 system software version 24.02-09 adds some pretty cool features, including louder DualSense controller speaker sounds and the ability to dim the power light on your PS5.

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PS5 System Software Version: 24.02-09.00.00

  • We’ve updated the device software of the DualSense and DualSense Edge wireless controllers to improve their sound features.
    • The controller speakers can now produce higher volume sound, allowing you to hear in-game sounds and voice chat audio more clearly. 
    • The mic input quality on these controllers has been improved with a new AI machine-learning model. Background noise from button presses and game audio are suppressed, resulting in a better voice chat experience. 
  • You can now adjust the brightness of your PS5’s power indicator.
    • Go to Settings > System > Beep and Light, and then select Brightness
  • We’ve added new features in Parties and Share Screen.
    • Players watching Share Screen can use pointers and emoji reactions to interact with the host’s gameplay.
      • Viewers can use a pointer or indicate a specific location on the gameplay screen with ping. 
      • Viewers can also send emoji reactions. 
      • This feature is available when the host turns on Viewer Interactions in the Share Screen settings. 
  • Unicode 15.1 emoji is supported. You can now use them in messages. 
  • We’ve updated the device software of the DualSense and DualSense Edge wireless controllers, PlayStation VR2 headset, PlayStation VR2 Sense controllers, and Access controller to improve stability. 
  • We’ve improved system software performance and stability. 
  • We’ve improved the messages and usability on some screens.