Sony has released a beta update for the PlayStation 5 that adds support for Discord, among other things. Support is also available Variable refresh rate When running at 1440p.
Invited players can use Discord voice chat and thus easily communicate with friends on other platforms. To do this, they need their Discord and PlayStation Network accounts connect together Via PS5 Settings. Next, the Discord mobile app on a smartphone or PC is required to actually start a conversation on PS5. The latter has also been essential for some time with the Xbox, where it has been Support for the controversy has been around for some timebut the need for the Discord mobile app lies with Microsoft consoles expire.
Another piece of testing is variable refresh rate support for 1440p resolution. Vrr is currently supported on PS5, but only at 4k and 1080p. To enable its use an HDMI 2.1 display is required. Vrr is part of this HDMI standard and allows the display to dynamically adjust the refresh rate on the GPU’s output. This prevents, for example, frames half displayed and covers frame drops, so to speak, so that you don’t stutter or Screen tearing He should be more present.
The update will be available to invited beta program participants from the US, Canada, Japan, UK, Germany and France starting Thursday. Sony notes that it is not certain that all tested components are actually part of the final update. This update, which will be released worldwide to all PS5 owners, will be released sometime in the coming months.
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