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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:28pm 29/07/22 | 0 Comments
In a move that is very cool to see, Sony has announced that the PlayStation 5 is getting native 1440p support - which is currently being tested right now as part of a system software beta. Even though 1440p is mostly associated with the PC space, sitting in-between 1080p and 4K as a sort of sweet-spot resolution, this will open up native PS5 support to a wider range of displays.

Very cool news for those that have their consoles and gaming PC connected up to a 1440p screen. 1440p support will be available over HDMI - and the move will ensure games that render in 1440p will output in 1440p. For those games in 4K (the bulk of the PS5 library), 1440p displays will benefit from "improved anti-aliasing through supersampling down to 1440p".

The software update also includes another non-resolution-based feature called Gamelists. Which will let players create folders to make organising games a lot easier. This is another great addition, especially as the new PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe tiers add hundreds of downloadable titles to check out.

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