They also provide a list of monitors that will support the new mode.
The PS5 is here after what feels like years of hype. Like all launches there are, of course, some issues here and there, but by and large it seems people are enjoying their system and the games on them. However, there are a group of people who were less than happy when they found out the PS5 would not be supporting 1440p as an output. Some, especially many who game on PC, prefer monitors with that output for a variety of technical reasons. Well, there may be a solution coming, emphasis on “may.”
MSI has sent out a press release, as detailed by the good folks at Wccftech, that says they have a potential fix for those who want to game on their PS5 in 1440p with a new console mode that will be on their monitors. It will use a scaling method that will allow them to take in a 4K output and run it in 1440p. They also gave out a list of monitors that will support the mode, which you can see below. As of now no one has been able to test to see how well this works, but if you’re one of those people who are really looking for that 1440p output, worth looking into I imagine. Sony has also indicated that official support could also come in an update in the future.
The PlayStation 5 is available now in select regions with a worldwide rollout planned for November 19th.
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