The next PlayStation system update will give PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 owners more control over group chats, such as the option to create private chats, as well as some features. accessibility and other quality of life, Sony announced on Tuesday. New features will be tested in beta launching on Wednesday.
The changes mean that group chats on both PS4 and PS5 will have the option of being an open group or a closed group, according to a post on the PlayStation Blog. An open party allows the host’s friends to view and join the party without being invited, and also allows the party members’ friends to join. A private party means only invited players can join.
Voice commands, which the PlayStation 4 has had since launch, will also come to PS5 with a system update. The beta also brings new accessibility features, like mono audio for headphones, as well as Screen Reader text support in six other languages. PS5 owners will get a refreshed UI and voice chat report on the home screen and in the title tracker.
This is not an exhaustive list of all changes; More downloads are coming, many of them much smaller, when the beta starts on February 9th. Blog PlayStation there are many more.
https://www.polygon.com/22924060/ps5-ps4-system-software-update-beta-party-chat PS5 and PS4 system software beta launches Wednesday