The three clips have been uploaded to PlayStation Support’s YouTube channel and contain helpful tips for gamers to get the most out of the upcoming console, such as: B. Transferring data between PS4 and PS5, recommended settings for PS5, and more.
The first video shows players how to transfer their data and saved games from the PS4 to the PS5. Users can transfer data over a WiFi connection and connect the PS4 and PS5 with an Ethernet cable to speed up the process.
Players who own physical copies of PS4 games must also be able to install games by simply inserting the CD into the PS5 and selecting the on-screen prompt to download and install the game. In addition, PS4 games installed on an external storage drive can also be played on the PS5. Sony recommends that gamers use an external drive for PS4 games to free up the PS5’s SSD for next-gen titles.
Digital games installed on the PS4 through PlayStation Store can also be downloaded to the PS5 through the Download Library. Saved files can be transferred using the PlayStation Plus cloud storage service or copied from the PS4 to the PS5 using a USB drive.
The second section highlights the two login processes on the PS5 for current users, either by manually filling in the standard login ID and password fields or by using the new PlayStation app. The second step is for players to simply scan the QR code that appears on the PS5 login screen.
The video also confirms that players can edit and change their online profiles at any time through the Settings tab on the PlayStation 5.
The final video looks at the recommended settings for the PS5, which covers a range of features like 3D audio, haptic feedback, and adaptive triggers. The settings icon on the PS5 allows gamers to adjust their audio settings to enable or disable 3D audio. Players can also adjust the audio settings to their preferred audio profile with five different level settings.
To customize the haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, players will need to access controller settings from the Accessories tab. The intensities of the vibration and trigger effects are set strong by default, but can be switched to lower levels at any time.
Eventually, the video revealed three different sleep mode power settings. Optimized Experience automatically updates the console as soon as it becomes available, charges the DualSense controllers in sleep mode and can turn the console on remotely via the PlayStation App or Remote Play.
The power saving mode turns off several functions, does not update the system automatically, and does not charge the controllers. In custom mode, players can create their own settings so that when they are idle they can choose different features to enable or disable.
Sony’s PlayStation 5 will be released in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea on November 12th. It will be released for the rest of the world on November 19th.
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