PlayStation 5 will soon get Variable Refresh Rate support
Sony will launch a firmware update for the PlayStation 5 in the coming months that will enable gaming with 'Variable Refresh Rate' (VRR).
Therefore, gamers with a TV that supports VRR will experience less screen tearing in games that do not have a stable frame rate.
It is also possible to apply VRR to games that do not support this function by default. Sony emphasizes that VRR may not work perfectly in such cases. Therefore, you always have the option to disable the functionality.
PS5 also got a new update today. Users in the United States and United Kingdom can now control their console with their voice. This option is likely to be available to us soon as well.
In other PlayStation-related news, Sony recently acquired Haven Studios from Jade Raymond. The studio is now part of PlayStation Studios.