PlayStation 5 getting variable refresh rate support this week: Here are the details

Sony announced the availability of variable refresh rate (VRR), for its PlayStation 5 console. After you have received the update, VRR is automatically enabled for compatible games when your PS5 console connects to an HDMI 2.0 VRR-compatible television or monitor. It can be disabled in the system settings under Screen and Video.

On HDMI 2.1 compatible TVs and monitors (PC or laptop), VRR dynamically synchronizes the display’s refresh rate with the PS5 console. It improves the visual performance of PS5 games, reducing or eliminating screen tearing and frame pacing problems. The company stated that gameplay is smoother in PS5 games because scenes are rendered seamlessly and graphics look sharper.

These titles’ PS5 versions will soon receive patches that enable VRR support.

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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

Resident Evil Village

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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege

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These are only a handful of PS5 games that have received VRR support. We’d like thank the talented developers. The company stated that VRR will be available to all users once the game patches have been released.

PlayStation 5 Prices

The Standard Edition will retail at Rs 49,990 and the Digital Edition will retail for Rs 39,000.

According to the company, it sold 3.9 million PlayStation 5 consoles during the holiday quarter 2021. As of December 31, 17.3 Million units had been shipped, nearly three times as many than what the PlayStation 4 managed at its equivalence level.

Gaming revenue fell 8 percent over the year ($7.09billion) but operating profit increased 12.1 percent ($92.9 billion).


144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time will keep up with the PS5’s high-frame HD gaming, and the excellence of the IPS panel ensures great colour, contrast and viewing angles.

You can double check your PS5 is capable of outputting 120Hz in the Video Output Information. Under ‘Information for the connected HDMI device’ you should see 120Hz showing up in the list of supported refresh rates.14-Jan-2022

The HDMI 2.1 standard introduced a whole host of new features, but for gamers the most interesting is the ability to display 4K content at 120Hz. Both the PS5 and Xbox Series consoles support this, and if your TV does too then you’re in for a treat.25-Aug-2021

The PS5 console supports the HDMI 2.1 specification, and it also supports 4K 120 Hz video output.

In addition to delivering rapid loading times and promising great things for the future of gaming, the PS5 can push out high-performance visuals that can reach 120Hz on 1080p and 60Hz on 4K UHD.

no! You don’t need an HDMI 2.1 connection for 120hz gaming, and many PC players have been able to experience 120fps for some time with an HDMI 2.0 connection. An HDMI 2.1 connection essentially allows for 120fps at 4K, or 8K at 60fps, while an HDMI 2.0 connection can allow for 120fps, but at either 1080p or 1440p.


Sony announce the availability of variable refresh rate for their PlayStation 5 console, which is enabled automatically for compatible games via HDMI 2.0 connection to a VRR-compatible TV or monitor. It can be disabled in the system settings under Screen and Video. On HDMI 2.1 compatible TVs and monitors (