Sony started testing PlayStation 5 to build game lists and support resolution 1440p

Sony started testing PlayStation 5 to build game lists and support resolution 1440p

Sony announced the beginning of testing a beta version of the PlayStation 5 game console, which supported the 1440p resolution.

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It is noted that the Variable Refresh Rate function, which improves the visual performance of the games and reduces or eliminates completely artifacts, such as personnel frequencies, will not work when using resolution 1440p. The message states that the VRR function on PS5 only works when using resolution 1080p or 4K.

With the support of the 1440p resolution, users will have access to the library's playlist function, which will make it easier to sort them out. In total, up to 15 lists, each of which may include up to 100 games, can be created. In addition, it has been possible to compare on one screen a 3D sound and an audio stereo format to select a more appropriate option.

A feature has been added to facilitate the return to unfinished activities. As part of the expansion of social functions, the possibility of sending a request for shared screen use has been added to enable users to observe the game process of other members of the group.

At this stage, a beta version of the software update for PS5 is available to a limited number of users worldwide and will be made publicly available later this year.