Sonys new PS5 software update is live right now, and consists of some surprise improvements to HDR and 120Hz support. While Sony already detailed a huge brand-new feature to let players shop– but not play– PS5 video games on an external disk drive, theres likewise a brand-new alternative to instantly change video output to non-HDR when youre utilizing a video game or app that doesnt support HDR.
Sony is likewise supporting more PC displays with 120Hz in this upgrade. If you have a 1080p PC display that supports 120Hz, it must now operate at this refresh rate with the PS5. Regrettably, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) support is still missing on the PS5, however.
This most current software update also consists of much better alternatives for quickly disabling in-game chat, a choice to look for bought games, and the capability to conceal video games in a library.
New HDR options on the PS5.
New HDMI choices for the PS5.
Along with these HDR modifications, this update also adds two new HDMI controls in the system part of the PS5 settings menu. You can now toggle one-touch play, which will automatically switch on a linked TELEVISION when you power up a PS5 and switch it to the correct input. You can also toggle power off link, which allows the PS5 to go into rest mode if you turn off the TV linked to your console.
This is a crucial improvement for those utilizing HDR on the PS5, as it now indicates you no longer have to go into the settings menu to by hand disable HDR when youre viewing SDR material.