Sony Playstation 5 :
Last Thursday November 19th The new Sony console arrived in stores in Spain, Playstation 5, allowing Spanish and foreign players to sink their teeth into the new gaming platform that comes with a handful of new titles in addition to DualSense, a controller that is giving a lot to talk about.
Although the PS5 was released just a few days ago, Sony already has in mind several improvements for the console that can be added through different software updates and, among them, we find the Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) technology support since according to the latest version of the official PS5 FAQ, “after a future update of the system software PS5 players will be able to use the VRR feature with compatible televisions while playing VRR compatible titles, “reads the official article.
In addition, in the future Sony will also add other features such as possibility to expand SSD storage from the system using an M.2 port that can be accessed by removing the white “ailerons” of the PS5 and can use all kinds of storage units of this type as long as they meet minimum requirements.
What is VRR?
Variable Refresh Rate o Variable refresh rate is a technology that allows our monitor or television synchronizes its refresh rate (measured in Hz) to the images per second that a game is capable of reaching on a console or computer (the famous fps). For example, if we have a 120 Hz monitor with VRR and our computer can only move a game at 60 fps, the monitor will keep its refresh rate at 60 Hz, thus avoiding graphic imperfections such as annoying tearing that wreaks havoc on not a few video games such as, without going any further, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.