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Variable refresh rate is coming to PS5 later this week

The much-anticipated variable refresh rate (VRR) support is coming to the PS5 this week.

Variable refresh rate syncs the display refresh rate with the game’s output. This helps eliminate screen tearing and frame pacing issues that can occur when the game is running at a lower or higher frame rate than the display. The increased smoothness can also reduce input lag, essentially allowing for quicker responses when you press a button on the controller.

Previously, VRR was only supported on Microsoft’s Xbox Series S and X consoles.

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The company didn’t specify exactly what date the update will arrive, but advised keeping your PS5 connected to the internet. This is a very welcome update for the PS5, bringing it more in line with the competition from Xbox.

PS5 owners also have more news to celebrate, especially if they’re a fan of PS1 games. A number of Siphon Filter games recently passed certification in South Korea, which could mean they’re likely to be included in the brand new PlayStation Plus Premium tier. The updated PlayStation Plus is slated to launch in America on June 13, 2022.

David Matthews is a freelance writer specializing in consumer tech and gaming. He’s also a firm believer that sugar doesn’t belong in grits. Follow him on Twitter @shortblktechie

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