A note about the monitor manufacturer BenQ’s website Over the weekend the PlayStation 5 was expected to be compatible with 1440p screens, but The page was then edited Excites fans for answers. Sony has confirmed that the next-gen console will definitely work on 1080p and 4K displays, but it is very quiet about the 1440p options.
Those of you who already own the PS4 Pro already know that the console does not support 1440p monitors, which can be detected and upgraded to 1080p. The aforementioned BenQ post talked a bit about what happened at 120 frames per second, pointing out that a 1440p screen would suffice if you wanted to increase such upgrade rates.
“This will be another generation before 120 frames per second at 4K becomes the norm for most games,” the company wrote. We expect the PS5 to deliver a solid 4K60Hz for the next few years. If you are interested in higher frame rates, you may want to consider a good QHD gaming monitor, as the PS5 will support 1440p with a resolution of 120 Hz at that resolution. ”
That information was rewritten after the last sentence was removed, indicating that it was a little tedious. Ultimately, this is just another small detail that Sony needs to clarify. Microsoft has included 1440p monitor support in its various consoles, so it will be interesting to see if the PS5 follows suit.
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