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PlayStation 5 finally gets 1440p supported!

TechPlayStation 5 finally gets 1440p supported!

The new update of PlayStation 5 is finally here now! The update now allows the Play Station lovers to enjoy 1440p resolution on their monitors. This was the much awaited update for the gamers and now they can play the game on a better resolution than before. The update has also increased the quality of some other features like game lists that will now allow to add them up to 15 lists, each of them can contain up to 100 games.

The PlayStation 5 Now supports 1440p, at least for players who have access to its beta program. While the console has supported 1080p and 4K output from the start, 1440p support is still a much-requested feature by gamers who use monitors rather than TVs. It offers a middle ground between Full HD and 4K, after all, and is a popular choice for gamers who also play on their PC. Testers who received the latest PlayStation 5 beta software will now see the option to output a 1440p HDMI video as an additional visual setting when using the console with a compatible display.

Obviously, they can enjoy the full benefits of a 1440p display if the game they are playing supports the resolution. But if they are playing a game that supports 4K, they can also take advantage of the feature, because the option downsamples the visuals to output 1440p and this results in clearer images. as such VG247 Notes, though, Variable refresh rate (VRR), which was introduced for the console in April, and is only available in 1080p and 2160p quality. VRR gives the monitor the ability to sync its refresh rate with the game’s refresh rate for a smoother experience, and it’s not entirely clear why it doesn’t have 1440p output. Read more about PS1 games on PS5 and PS4 have a CRT filter and many more.

In addition to 1440p support, the latest beta also offers users a way to create game lists in their game library so they can better organize all the titles they own. Players can create up to 15 game menus of 100 games each. Their in-progress activities will now be prominently displayed at the top of the game center when they resume the game as well, and they can now ask group members to share their screens so they can see how they’re playing. Additionally, when they enter a group and a member plays a game they can join, they will now receive an alert and then join the game right from that notification.

Sony introduced more beta features with the new beta version and included them all in PlayStation Blog.

The update of PS 5 brings improved system performance. To enable the 1440p resolution you have to go to the settings menu and under the ‘Resolution’ menu simply select 1440p.

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