When the next PlayStation 5 firmware update is made available to the public, it will be possible to enjoy several already released games in Dolby Atmos, as recently confirmed by PlayStation Senior Sound Design Superior.
Responding to a question on Twitter, Loïc Couthier confirmed that all already released games that support 3D Audio have an automatic Dolby Atmos mix that will become available when the new firmware update is released to the public. If a game does not support 3D audio, it will require an update with a proper Dolby Atmos mix.
Dolby Atmos support is just one of the new features available as part of the new PlayStation 5 beta firmware update that is now available to invited users. Among the new features are social feature improvements, Game Help improvements, a search function for the user's library, and support for M.2 SSDs with larger capacities up to 8 TB. More information about the beta firmware can be found on the official PlayStation blog. A public release date for the new firmware update that introduces these features is yet to be officially confirmed.
As Sony continues to improve PlayStation 5 features, the Japanese company hasn't been idle on the hardware front either, working on several devices, including the Project Q handheld and new PS5 models that have yet to be officially unveiled. One of these is said to be released this year.
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