Sony has rolled out a new PlayStation 5 firmware update, PS5 system update 21.01-, alongside a new DualSense firmware update.

The new firmware update appears to be a minor one and weighs in at roughly 900MB. As with most PlayStation system update, only improved system performance is being mentioned in the release notes for this update. As mentioned by a user on the Neogaf forums, the update might also include a change to the PS5 Game Library which is now said to list already installed games first.

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PS5 System Update 21.01- Release Notes

‘This system software update improves system performance’

As said, there’s also a new DualSense firmware update available alongside the new system update. According to Reddit user ‘Heymodspleasehelp’, this update fixes a bug with the controller’s battery indicator. We haven’t been able to verify just yet whether this is indeed the case.

We’ll report back once we learn more about this new PS5 system update.