You’ll want to learn how to upgrade a PS5 DualSense controller if you want to maintain the adaptive triggers and haptic sensations of the device.
In this article, we’ll teach you how to update the firmware on the PS5 controller so that there are no compromises when you’re playing the newest games. The DualSense is one of the most intriguing features of Sony’s newest system.
The procedure of updating your PS5 controller is straightforward, and the console will often ask you to do so when a firmware update is available. Updates are often put out on a semi-regular basis to accommodate new games and features or correct programming faults.
What we used
- PS5 DualSense controller
- Use the included USB charging cord to connect the DualSense to the PS5.
- Don’t unplug the controller when updating it; instead, adhere to the on-screen instructions.
- Once the update is complete, unplug the controller.
- Through the Accessories menu, verify that your controller’s software is current.
Step: 01 – Get a notification to update your PS5 controller.
When you switch on your PS5, you will be asked to connect and update the DualSense controller if one is available.
Step: 02 – Use USB to connect the DualSense controller to the PS5.
To get ready for the update, connect the DualSense to your PS5 using the charging wire that is included. You can click “Update Now” as long as it is properly connected. Keep the controller connected while the update is running. If you don’t want to update the prompt immediately, you may also delay it by 24 hours.
Step: 03 – When the update is finished, unplug the DualSense controller.
When your PS5 controller has been updated to the newest firmware, you may now securely disconnect the cord to use the DualSense wirelessly.
Step: 04 – Check the device software on your controller.
Go to the Settings menu, then Accessories, and then Controllers to verify that the update was successful. It should say “Up to date” on the “Wireless Controller Device Software” tab.