Last week it was officially announced that the PlayStation 5 does not support 1440p resolution. According to Sony, this is not a very popular solution. However, MSI does not agree with this and decided to correct the situation and meet the players halfway.
Certain MSI gaming monitors will feature a special Console Mode that accepts 4K signals and compresses them to 1440p. At the same time, HDR support is declared.
More and more gamers are choosing gaming monitors over TVs. The lack of support for outputting such a popular resolution is frustrating. We have heard the players’ requests and offer an alternative solution to help you solve this problem.
We have developed a special mode for the console: Console Mode, which can automatically receive 4K signal on a QHD screen and at the same time supports HDR. This allows you to enjoy full console gaming on a 1440p monitor.
Console Mode support is announced for the following monitors:
Sony said Tuesday it could add 1440p support to the PS5 if there is strong demand. The console can still be connected to a monitor with a resolution of 1440p, but the picture will only be upscaled with 1080p.
MSI did not wait for official support to appear, and solved the problem in its own way. Perhaps other monitor manufacturers will follow suit.