Sony has released a beta firmware update for the PS5 console that adds support for 1440p resolution and some other innovations, reports Rozetked.
It is noted that support for 2K resolution is especially relevant for owners of eligible monitors. The company emphasized that Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) technology will not work at 1440p resolution and will be available for FullHD and 4K.
The update also introduces the ability to create game lists in the user's library. This feature should make it easier to organize games in a library. In total, users can create up to 15 lists, each of which can contain no more than 100 projects. Listings can include physical, digital, and streaming versions of games.
With the update, PlayStation 5 owners will also be able to experience the difference between 3D Audio and stereo sound to choose their preferred setting
Except In addition, the update also brings new social features, including the ability to send a screen share request to friend, notification to connect with friend, and send stickers and voice messages to Game Base.
< p>The beta version of the new firmware has been accessed by some users in the USA, Canada, Japan, UK, Germany and France. For all users, the update will be released before the end of 2022 .
Prepared by: Sergey Daga