PS5 and PS4 receive a software update today that adds a few in-demand features to each console. We tell you all the details and news.
A major new software update is coming to PlayStation consoles after a beta that has served to prepare and optimize the operation of some features that are going to start being able to enjoy today.
One such new feature is the ability to create or join open and closed parties from PS5 and PS4 consoles. In addition, the new generation console receives a new and improved Game Base and trophy card UI.
Among other novelties have also been added accessibility features like mono audio for headphones and the new ‘Pro Tips’ cards in the control center, which provide useful tips to get the most out of the console.
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On the other hand, PS App and PS Remote Play also receive new features and possibilities. Starting with the first, the ability to create or join open and closed parties from within the app has been implemented and the Game Base UI has also been updated.
As far as PS Remote Play is concerned, a new dark mode can now be applied depending on the settings of each phone and choose new languages for the screen reader. But it is not the only thing that has been discussed from PlayStation.
The company has released information about PS5 Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) supportwhich will arrive in the coming months.
We have been able to find out that in the HDMI 2.1 compatible TV and PC monitorsVRR will dynamically sync the screen refresh rate with the graphical output of the PS5 console.
This optimizes the visual performance of PS5 games by minimizing or eliminating visual artifacts such as frame skipping and tearing. So, everything will be sharper and more stable.
PlayStation made it clear that games previously released on PS5 will be able to update to VRR via a patch. Although they will not be the only ones to whom this function can be applied…
PS5 games that are not compatible will also be able to take advantage of it and in the event of strange visual effects, the option is manually deactivated and activated. Results may vary depending on the TV, but More details will be provided closer to launch.
After a transit update earlier this month, Sony is expected to continue adding new features to PS5 in 2022. What would you like to see on the console?