PS5 is getting a major change that will save you loads of time

THE PlayStation 5 is introducing a new screen-grabbing feature that is designed to save gamers plenty of time.

The gaming giant said that they are rolling out a new feature for the PS5 that will allow gamers to auto-upload their screenshots and captures to mobile devices.

PlayStation announced the new feature on their official Twitter account on Wednesday.

"We’re gradually rolling out the ability to share your PS5 game captures through PS App in more regions," the tweet read.

"[The] Americas are first up, with more countries next month," the PlayStation officials added.

As of right now, the ability to send captures from your PS5 to your phone is only available in North America, according to Games Radar.

However, per PlayStation's support page, other regions such as Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay, are "supported countries" likely getting the upgrade next month.

Once the feature is live and enabled, images captured from your PS5 will automatically upload to the cloud and be accessible via the PlayStation app, which is available on both iOS and Android.

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After the screen-grabs are available on the app, users can them can save them to their phones, send them to PlayStation friends, or share them on social media.

Sony began testing the feature in Canada and Japan in October of 2021.

The tool has also been previously available in the United States, albeit for only about a 24-hour time frame, according to a report from The Verge.

That version of the feature, however, seemed to have glitches and required more actions to access the screenshots on the app.

Since that version came out, it seems Sony has made the process less cumbersome.

Fans seemed excited for the new feature to roll out, taking to Twitter to share their joy.

"Niceeeeee, finally!" one user wrote.

"Yeaaaah!! Wooooo, finally," a second remarked.

In other news, the creators of a chilling new horror game say that the title is so disturbing they've been forced to censor it on PlayStation.

Apple has announced updates to AirTags following claims that the coin-sized tracking devices are being used to stalk people.

And TikTok has announced new rules, banning users who deadname or misgender others.

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