2K resolution support for PlayStation 5, as well as a few features that will facilitate the user experience of the players have been announced. All these features are explained in the official article published on the PS Blog. A more customizable and 2K-supporting PS5 experience awaits players in the coming period.
PlayStation 5 2K resolution support is coming
Saying that he has focused on user feedback since the console was released, Sony states that he works every day to enable new content that the community wants. After the new software update for the PlayStation 5 console, 1440P support and game listing feature will now be available.
This update, which is currently in beta, is being developed in collaboration with invited users from certain regions. According to the announcement of PlayStation 5 2K support, it will appear in front of players later this year. If you have been selected for the beta, you will be contacted via e-mail.
With the new update, 1440P HDMI video output feature will come to PS5. In this way, you will be able to use the console resolution as 1440P on compatible PC monitors or televisions. At the same time, if the game you are playing supports it, you will be able to run the game on native 1440P. In addition, players will now be able to create playlists in their library. Announced for organizing your games, this new feature basically works the same way Steam does on PC. You can create collections by creating game lists and naming them. While you can add up to 100 games per list, you will be able to create a total of 15 game lists.
Among the new social features, you will now be able to send a “Screen share request” to your friends in the same group and ask them to broadcast their games to you. If your friends are playing a game you can join, PlayStation 5 will send you a notification.
PlayStation 5 2K resolution support and many other innovations will come to your consoles with updates in the coming period. We have to wait a little longer, especially for 1440P HDMI support.