As you know by now, Sony has started the distribution of the new PlayStation 5 firmware update this morning, the main novelty of which is the addition of support for M.2 SSDs to expand the storage memory of games and apps. However, it seems that the update also includes small improvements to other features.
Among the features of the firmware in question, which also unlocks 3D audio for TV speakers, we also find a small trick that will delight all those players who love to capture images in their games. Thanks to an additional option, in fact, users can now disable the small icon that appears in the upper right corner of the screen when capturing a screenshot, which risks not only annoying the player but also ruining any shots taken in the moments immediately following the first. This is a feature that has gone almost unnoticed and which demonstrates how Sony is listening to user feedback to constantly improve the next-gen console operating system.
Before leaving you to the image that shows the menu through which to disable the icon, we remind you that on our pages you will find the guide with instructions on how to install an M.2 SSD to expand the memory of PlayStation 5.