PS5 bugs and Xbox Series X issues have plagued console startup

It would be great if all the features of the new console worked as advertised, thank you.

Press the PS button on the DualSense controller. I hear a beep, but nothing is displayed on the TV. The DualSense lights pulse a little and then nothing. Press the button again. There is nothing. There are no signs of life on the PS5, so press the power button on the console itself. There is nothing. If you press it again for fear of the worst, the machine will rock. However, as expected, by rebuilding the database screen, its low resolution was greeted by rubbing salt on the wound.

This issue is relatively fine once it occurs, but it has been common over the past few weeks. This is not the only issue that seems to be due to putting the system into rest mode. Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Bugsnax, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure had a hard crash. Demon’s Soul is great, but it didn’t let me play twice.

Second, there is the issue that certain PS4 games are not upgraded to the PS5 version. This is especially annoying given the shortage and cost of next-generation titles. Thankfully, I didn’t have to work on reporting download queue bugs or problems related to connecting external hard drives. I think these will be fixed (Sony pushed two system software updates a week, although it’s unclear what they’re working on), but they’re all unsatisfactory, I’m not satisfied.

It’s a gorgeous game, but it crashed a lot.

The new Xbox consoles Series X and Ceres S aren’t in glory either. Back on the launch date, the online network knelt down and it took me two days to set up the new console. This is understandable, but I and thousands of other people still wanted to try out expensive new machines. Since then, there has been a lot of talk about quick resume, an important feature that sets the Xbox Series system apart from the PS5, but the line is broken.

I understand why some people don’t understand the value of quick resumes, but hopefully it’s perfect for my life. I tend to play games in the evening and it’s not long, so being able to jump right where I left off is great and gives me valuable extra time. During the day, my son often flicks between several games. If the feature is working, there is no difference in being able to jump and play almost instantly. But it’s not working. The state of the game that can be resumed because it is saved looks completely random, and some games that worked last week are no longer working today. In short, it’s a mess.

I feel that the game also has more bugs than it should. We’ll never forget the hardships developers faced this year because of Covid-19. I’m grateful that I got a new console and game in November of this year, but when I’m playing something, there are obviously some patches apart. It’s hard to get rid of disappointment from where it should be.

The tear is big. This is the case for those who don’t understand this kind of thing wisely, because some of the images in the game appear in the movement of the TV and don’t match the others. This usually happens only for a very short time, but it is very noticeable in great games such as Assassin’s Creed Valhara and Dirt 5.

On the other hand, the launch of the new console was great, especially for PS5 owners who could choose from great titles like Miles, Sackboy and Demon’s Souls. But at the moment, on the other hand, every time I dare to get out of the hole, it breaks my fun mole-tapping style. I just want to enjoy the new generation of consoles, but the new consoles make it harder than I expected.

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PS5 and Xbox Series X are so buggy it’s ruining my next-gen excitement

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