Got PS5 for Christmas and Still Need Tips? We’ll walk you through the settings and show you what you can play right now.
Hamburg – The Sony PS5 is newly released from its wrapping paper and eyes are sparkling in the candlelight. Sony’s current console will likely be under several Christmas trees this year. The PS5 connects to the TV at home very quickly, after which the real fun begins. We’ll tell you what the first thing you should do with your brand new console is to make the most of your gift between the years.
|Console name||PlayStation 5 (PS5)|
|the creator||Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE)|
|Type||Fixed game console|
|generation||09. Console generation|
|medium memory||Blu-ray, SSD|
|launch||19. November 2020|
PS5 at Christmas: Get the most out of your PlayStation settings
What settings should I make first on PS5? Fortunately, the PS5 bravely guides new users through most home console setup settings. PS4 players should definitely pass on their old scores and data, and here too PS5 will take you by the hand. At best, you activate automatic updates now, so the PS5 keeps all your games updated without any extra effort and you can always start playing right away without waiting for annoying updates.
It is also recommended to take a look at the game preferences. Do you just gamble with translation? Then find the right situation here and you won’t have to deal with it every time you play.
Pressing the PS button takes you to the PS5 Control Center, where you can quickly access all important functions, regardless of whether you’re in a game or menu. The Control Center can be customized by pressing the Options button again – it is necessary to adapt the quick menu to your needs. By the way, the PS5 also serves as a perfect media center for your living room. It’s best to download Netflix, Amazon Prime and Co. Direct and log in with your own accounts so nothing gets in the way of Christmas movie night.
PS5 on Christmas: You can start playing these games with your new console right away
What should I play first when I get the PS5? PS5 has a variety of games for you to dive into right now. But if this is your first game on PS5, then you should definitely take a look at Astros PlayRoom. The game is pre-installed for free on every new PS5 and is a must-play. The cute Jump’n’Run is not only very enjoyable for approximately 3-4 hours, but also the best showcase for your new console. The new functions of the powerful DualSense Controller are presented in a charming way. An enjoyable journey from start to finish.
If there isn’t a proper game under the Christmas tree with the console and you’ve seen everything in the Astros PlayRoom, the PS5 also plays old PS4 games. Many games like Final Fantasy VII also have the option to update PS5 for free. So hit it up and you’ll be amazed at how beautiful old games will look on your PS5. If you don’t have a large game library at home, you can also download free long-running classic songs like Apex Legends or Fortnite for free via PlayStation Network.
- You can download these PS Plus games for free in December:
- Godfall – Challenger Edition (PS4 / PS5)
Genre: Action RPG
- LEGO DC Super Villains (PS4)
Genre: Action and Adventure
- Mortal Shell (PS4)
Genre: Action RPG
If you are new to the world of PlayStation, then you should definitely try Sony’s PS Plus service for 14 days for free. On the other hand, PS Plus is essential for playing online with your PS5, but many people love the service especially for the countless free games that it brings with it. Every month, Sony treats you to at least two complete games, which you can watch on your PS5 in the PS Plus tab. The secret PS Plus games for January have already been leaked.
With a PS Plus subscription, you also get access to the PlayStation Collection – an impressive collection of the best PS4 games. Everything is worth a look, there should be something for everyone here. But now you must start playing first, we wish you a lot of fun with your new PS5 and Merry Christmas!
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