While the debut of PlayStation 5 has been full of excitement and happiness, it is not without details and, as has happened with different consoles that have just been launched on the market, it has encountered problems along the way. The most recent has to do with the option to put the system in sleep mode while Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered unfolds.
A few hours after the debut of PS5, some users began to report a problem that occurred while playing Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered , because when suspending the session to put the console in sleep mode and with the subsequent attempt to return to action, the console system just stopped working and brought gamers to the screen to start the external storage drive repair process.
However, at the end of this process, the screen went black and users indicated that there was no choice but to turn off the PS5 and turn it on again, something that seems to be enough to get out of this situation.
In the framework of the doubt that this has generated, new reports indicate that PS5 could be experiencing the same problem when putting it into sleep mode even when the game is not Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered, so the recommendation that the same community is giving is that, for the moment, do not put the console in that mode.