In order to test out some critical new features for the PS5, Sony just released a beta update for PS5 testers. The company said on a blog article that only the chosen testers will be permitted access to the early versions of several new upgrades. Most notably, beta testers will now be able to adjust the console display to 1440p thanks to a new video resolution option. The precise date that these capabilities will be available is yet to be announced by Sony.
Choose a new video resolution for better quality
The most recent video resolution option, 1440p, is “in-between” the genuine resolutions of 1080p HD and 2160p 4K UHD. For gamers who own Televisions and computers that support 1440p definition, this advanced video mode will be quite helpful. In a PS5 game that supports 4K resolution, gamers can boost the anti-aliasing visuals. For that, they need to set the video resolution to 1440p instead of the considerably lower 1080p default.
Additional features for Sony PS5
Sony added a new function called “Gamelists” in the most recent beta version. Through this, beta testers can make unique notes of their PS5 games. The most recent upgrade allows users to create up to 15 separate gamelists. However, each of the gamelists can contain up to 100 games only.
The site goes on to clarify that players can include any game they choose, regardless of how it’s installed. Additionally, it permits users to have the same game appear on many lists.
Moreover, the most recent beta version provides players with a speedier way to resume game play. Also, beta testers will be able to request other players to share their screens with them. They will also get an alert when another player is playing a game that they can access.
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