Contrary to expectations, according to a first test during the launch, la PlayStation 5 does not support VRR, ALLM or 8K resolution image output. We already knew it didn't produce QHD resolution, could not save PS5 games to external storage device and SSD expansion is lagging.
La PlayStation 5 can output 4K content at 120 frames per second. However, he does not initially master the HDMI features 2.1 VRR and ALLM. "VRR" stands for "Variable refresh rate", so that the console image output is not initially compared with the monitor and TV. Graphics errors such as image tears (tear) can therefore remain a problem. "ALLM" refers to the automatic switching to game mode on the TV and users should do without this feature for now.. This is what Digital Foundry writes about Eurogamers in the PS5 test.
The Sony Sony XH90 TV visibly lacks the same features, the TV is advertised as a PS5 TV. Sony may be working on an update that will subdue the functionality of the PS5 and the TV. However, there is no official information yet. There will likely be an update for another flaw: the PS5 is advertised as an "8K" device on the console packaging, but digital founders could only set maximum resolution of 4K on LG 75NANO99 8K TV.
QHD resolution image output will also not be offered in the future., but what happens with the updates for saving PS5 games to external storage and when the SSD can be extended is not clear. The bottom line is that the PS5 initially lacks a whole range of advertised or supposed features. However, according to the Digital Foundry, this is an "exceptional" game console. In terms of backward compatibility, the PS5 was able to deliver surprisingly high performance.
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