Sony PS5 game console 1440p video output function launched globally

In July this year, Sony pushed a beta system update for the PlayStation 5, bringing a 1440p HDMI video output option. Today, Sony PlayStation officially announced the global availability of 1440p video output. Thanks to the support and feedback from PS5 beta participants, Sony said today we will be rolling out a new system software update to PS5 players around the world. The update includes several high-profile features such as 1440p HDMI video output, game playlists, and social features.

Support for 1440p HDMI video output enables gamers to choose additional visual settings on compatible PC monitors and TVs. If the game the player is playing supports 1440p rendering, they can experience native 1440p output on the monitor; if the game being played has a higher native resolution (eg 4K), the player can downscale to 1440p output through oversampling.

In addition, PS5 is testing support for creating game lists, making it easier for players to organize games. Players can create up to 15 game lists, add up to 100 games to each game list, and rename game lists, just like game folders.

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