Thursday, May 19, 2022

PlayStation 5 has set to get VRR Support through Firmware Update

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The gaming platform PlayStation 5 console is going to get Variable Refresh Rate support imminently through an update of the firmware. At the latest videos shared on the HDTVest YouTube Channel, Vincent Teoh reported that the latest Sony TVs set to launch this Spring, like the A90K that will provide the support  VRR at the lunch, and also it has been coinciding such of the imminent coming of VRR support on PS5 via an upgrade of firmware.

PS5 VRR update could start rolling out soon, as Sony readies new TV firmware  update | TechRadar

Sony has been confirmed that the release of the console at the last year that the PS5 hardware showing the supports Variable Refresh Rate via HDMI 2.1, but it just will only be possible to utilize after the update of firmware in future.

New Report Points To VRR Update Arriving For PS5 This December - PlayStation  Universe

There is the variable refresh rate technology that has already visited into the console space with the Xbox One X and Xbox Series X and S and removed completely screen tearing and also it reduce the stuttering and the input lag with the comparison to VSync, and it is now definitely a big advantage for the Xbox Series X has over the PS5. When it had been baffling to watch VRR for not being supported on PS5 at the launch, it will be good to know that it is coming very soon.


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