The PS5 is get­ting a soft­ware beta pro­gram so you can test out the lat­est fea­tures and update before they go live to every­one else. You can sign up for a chance to get into the pro­gram right now.

In order to be able to take part in the pro­gram, you must be at least 18 and liv­ing in the Unit­ed States, Cana­da, Japan, Unit­ed King­dom, Ger­many, or France. If you get select­ed, you’ll receive an email explain­ing how to move for­ward and get the beta soft­ware on your sys­tem. You can restore your sys­tem to the pub­lic soft­ware once the beta peri­od is over.

Once select­ed, you won’t have to go through the process of reg­is­ter­ing for future beta releas­es. How­ev­er, you’ll only be includ­ed in a “poten­tial par­tic­i­pant pool,” which does­n’t always guar­an­tee access to these betas. Giv­en they are not final­ized, you’re going into this at your own risk, but it does give you an oppor­tu­ni­ty to help Sony make the soft­ware bet­ter for every­one else.

While not every­thing was well and dandy from the start with the PS5’s soft­ware, it has got­ten bet­ter since launch. For instance, the emp­ty NVMe SSD slot inside the system–while still unusable–has been coun­ter­act­ed by Sony allow­ing you to store PS5 games on exter­nal dri­ves until you’re ready to trans­fer them internally.