Officially: The VRR feature will arrive on the PlayStation 5 in the next few days..

Officially: The VRR feature will arrive on the PlayStation 5 in the next few days..

List of the first games that will support the new feature and the method of activation

VRR Playstation 5 feature
Sony just announced the arrival of the VRR or “variable refresh rate” feature on the PlayStation 5 this week. This was announced through the official PlayStation blog, through which the titles that will initially support this feature were revealed.

On VRR-compatible TVs and computer monitors through the HDMI 2.1 input, VRR dynamically synchronizes the screen refresh rate with the graphic output from the PlayStation 5. This improves the visual performance of PS5 games by reducing or eliminating visual errors on the screen, such as Frame speed issues and screen tearing.

Gameplay in many PS5 games will be more fluid as scenes are rendered smoothly, graphics look sharper, and input lag is reduced. The performance of PlayStation 5 games that were released earlier can be fully improved to match the VRR technology through a special update that will be released for these games. While future games will include support for VRR at launch as standard.

Over the next few weeks, a number of games will receive an update to support VRR compatibility, and Sony has revealed the list of initial games that will receive updates.

Games that will receive a VRR compatibility update
Astro’s Playroom
Call of Duty: Vanguard
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
Destiny 2
Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
Resident Evil Village
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
Tribes of Midgard
Activate the VRR feature on the PlayStation 5
VRR technology will arrive globally through a PlayStation 5 update over the next few days. Once the update is received, VRR will be automatically enabled for supported games if your PlayStation 5 is connected to an HDMI 2.1 VRR-compatible TV or monitor. You can also turn it off through the “Screen and video” settings in the system.

As an additional option, you can also choose to enable VRR on non-supported PlayStation 5 games. This feature may improve video quality for some games. But if this results in any unexpected visual effects, you can turn this option off at any time.

Results may vary depending on the TV you’re using, the game you’re playing, and the visual mode you’ve selected for a particular game.

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