IGN Italy announced that PlayStation 5 does not support 1440p resolution. Unfortunately, bad news for those who expect 1440p.
It’s only days away from the release of Sony’s eagerly anticipated new console, PlayStation 5. While the curious wait continues, some unknown small details of the console have finally begun to become clear. According to a new information from IGN Italy, unfortunately the PS5 does not offer 1440p resolution support as expected.
There have been some rumors in recent weeks that the PlayStation 5 can support 1440p resolution. Here, especially BenQ’s mention of 1440p resolution support for the PS5, which introduced one of its new monitors. However, BenQ soon removed these statements from the website. Today’s IGN Italy news has now completely finished the already low 1440p expectation.
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It is quite interesting that Sony is not looking to the 1440p resolution. On the Microsoft side, both the next generation Series X / S and the previous generation One X consoles offer native 1440p support. The 1440p is currently one of the most popular resolution choices, especially in the monitor market. Of course, PS5 owners will also want to connect their consoles to these monitors. It would be much better if native 1440p support was offered directly instead of upscale / downscale here.
PlayStation 5 is highly anticipated with its new technologies and release games; Some regions such as the USA and Japan will debut on November 12.