Sony says PS5 currently doesnt support 1440p because it wants to “prioritise support for TVs” –

Will keep track of the situation.

The PlayStation 5 presently does not support 1440p resolution since Sony desires to “prioritise assistance for TVs”.

That’s according to a new interview with PlayStation hardware boss Masayasu Ito and PlayStation platform manager Hideaki Nishino in Japanese publication AV Watch.

“Currently the PS5 does not support 1440p in accordance with Nishino-san’s thinking that they ‘desire to prioritise support for TVs’,” the short article checks out, according to a Eurogamer-sourced translation.However, Ito-san states”there’s no technological issue at all”concerning the PS5 supporting 1440p resolution, so it seems Sony is keeping an eye on market trends and will react if there’s a demand for it. This content is hosted on an external platform, which will just display it if you accept targeting cookies&. Please enable cookies to

see. Manage cookie settings Eurogamer Next-Gen Newscast- PS5, Xbox Series X and S evaluation embargo bonanza!The PS5’s absence of native 1440p resolution support has actually disappointed

the console with a monitor rather of a TV. For comparison’s sake, the

Xbox Series X does support 1440p. While the large bulk of console gamers use TVs that support resolutions such as 4K, 720p and 1080p, some do utilize monitors rather. 1440p screens are popular amongst PC users, and are viewed as an accessible option for those aiming to play video games at 100+FPS.According to Digital Foundry’s early tests, utilizing a PS5 with a 1440p screens peaks at 1080p resolution, so the game renders at 4K and then gets downscaled to 1080p. Then the display upscales that to 1440p. A 1440p display with HDMI 2.0 input assistance might simply take the 4K image and downscale to 1440p. With any luck, Sony will allow PS5 1440p assistance in a future update.

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