The PS5 will be 8K compatible, and it’s no surprise: it’s marked on the box. This feature should only concern a few people during the first years, when many games are already struggling to pull towards 4K, and many gamers are not yet equipped with Ultra HD displays. And in any case, 8K will not be available at launch.
Sony Interactive Entertainment provided an update on this subject via an FAQ on the PlayStation Blog, the opportunity to teach us thatit will be necessary to wait for a future update to display 8K content. Video on demand services, Blu-ray and possibly video games could then be displayed at this still futuristic resolution.
Does the PS5 require a 4K TV? What resolutions are supported?
No, the PS5 console does not require a 4K TV. The supported resolutions are as follows: 720p, 1080i, 1080p and 2160p. The PS5 can display resolutions up to 2160p (4K UHD) with a 4K TV.
When released, the PS5 will be able to be connected to 8K screens. Via an upcoming system software update, it will be able to display resolutions up to 8K on compatible software when content becomes available.
As technology is not widely used, whether through Blu-ray or SVOD, this patch could take months or even years to arrive, but all owners of PS5 will be able to benefit from it. On the other hand, the manufacturer took the opportunity to slip in bad news, namely that 3D Blu-rays will not be supported on PlayStation 5.
Does the PS5 support Blu-ray 3D movies?
No, 3D stereoscopic output is not supported on PS5.
Movie buffs, so remember to keep your PS4 or Blu-ray players in a corner, as they’re not about to go out of date. Last point, YOU also confirmed to IGN that 1440p would not be natively supported through the console. This intermediate resolution between 1080p and 4K will therefore be zapped, and the content will probably be stretched from 1080p. on screens of this resolution, for a necessarily less optimal rendering. The PS5 is currently not available for pre-order due to lack of stock, unlike its games and accessories.
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