Sony will release a new PlayStation 5 firmware update beta tomorrow, with a full global rollout scheduled for later this year. The emphasis of the software seems to be on Parties, which some of you may recall causing an uproar a couple of years ago. To accommodate this, Game Base has been given a refresh, with new tabs allowing you to toggle between Friends, Parties, and Messages. Elsewhere, you’ll be able to pin up to five of your most frequently played games to your PS5’s homepage. The Trophy interface is being given another visual overhaul, while voice commands will be limited to English at first. It sounds like a decent and welcome update, but fans will perhaps be frustrated by the lack of 1440p monitor support and VRR. . . .