PlayStation 5’s First Major Update Adds Useful Storage Options With a Catch – IGN The Fix: Games

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On today’s IGN The Fix: Games, PlayStation 5 is getting a sizable firmware update that brings with it some overall quality of life fixes for both online and offline players. PS5 players will enjoy new party options, as well as a streamlined way to manage in-game audio and a host of other fixes. Gameshare will also help bridge friends across generations, as PS4 users can now request to play PlayStation 5 titles like Astro’s Playroom over the service. New Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade details have been revealed by Square Enix. The new episode focused on beloved character Yuffie, will be called Final Fantasy 7 Remake EPISODE INTERmission. The highly anticipated DLC will feature Yuffie heavily and will allow players to take up her throwing stars, dishing out elemental damage against Shinra foes. And finally, a few Ubisoft games are set to lose online support, with the servers for several classic Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon titles going offline. Even single-player games such as Assassins Creed 2 and Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands will lose online tracking of progression, statistics, and more.

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