The PlayStation 5 (PS5) is the latest home video game console developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It was released in November 2020 and is part of the ninth generation of consoles, along with Microsoft’s Xbox Series X/S.

The PS5 boasts a custom-designed AMD processor and graphics card, delivering fast loading times, high frame rates, and stunning visuals for your games. You can expect smooth gameplay and incredibly detailed graphics compared to previous PlayStation generations.

The PS5 controller, called the DualSense, goes beyond traditional vibration feedback. It features haptic feedback that simulates a wider range of sensations, like the feeling of walking through mud or the resistance of pulling a bowstring in a game. It also has adaptive triggers that can dynamically change resistance to further immerse you in the gameplay.

The console also supports 3D audio technology, creating a more realistic and immersive soundscape that can put you right in the middle of the gaming action.

The good news is that starting with PlayStation system software update 9.0, you can now adjust the brightness of the power indicator light on your PS5! Here’s how to do it:

Using your PS5 controller:

Navigate to the home screen on your PS5.

Look up at the top right corner and select the gear icon to access Settings.

Scroll down and select System.

Under System, look for the Beep and Light option and click on it.

Within the Beep and Light menu, you’ll see a section for Power Indicator. Here, you can choose between:

  • Bright (Standard): This is the default setting.
  • Medium: This dims the light a bit.
  • Dim: This is the faintest option for the power indicator light.

Select your preferred brightness level for the Power Indicator.

That’s it! Your PS5 will now reflect your chosen brightness for the power indicator light.

Additional Notes:

  • If you don’t see the option to adjust the power indicator brightness, make sure your PS5 system software is updated to version 9.0 or later. You can check for updates by going to Settings > System > System Software > Update System Software.
  • Some sources recommend checking your PS5 manual for specific instructions, though the general steps mentioned above should apply.

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