You Can Soon Turn Off The PS5 Beep With A Future Update

Finally, A Solution!

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
2 Min Read
  • You will soon be able to turn off the PlayStation 5 turning on sound
  • Spotted in a beta test feature for firmware
  • No date for when the feature will be public

The PlayStation turning on sound was first introduced with the PlayStation 3 and ever since then has been a boon for gamers. It is loud enough to ruin gaming moments and many people got frustrated with the “feature” since its introduction, but it seems that after nearly 20 years, PlayStation is looking to help Turn Off The PS5 Beep sound for the first time since the introduction of the feature.

Turn Off The PS5 Beep – Coming Soon

PlayStation is rolling out a new Beta test feature(s) for their system firmware, and one of the more cleverly hidden features in the text is the ability to turn off the PlayStation 5 Beep sound that comes with turning the console or putting it in rest mode.

You can soon turn off the feature

With the PlayStation 1 and 2 gamers could comfortably get on their gaming console without disturbing anyone else, but ever since the PlayStation 3, the beep sound has been a staple of the console family and it was something no one asked for. The feature has been the subject of a popular meme as the sound acts as an alarm to alert family or partners that you are about to have fun, and it’s time for chores.

While we do not know yet when the feature will be available to the public, a feature like this has been something fans have been eagerly waiting for, and the feature is something they will all eagerly wait to activate.

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