Tech giant Sony PlayStation 5 has now received 1440p support in the latest firmware update. Other small features include folders, Game lists, and more.
The PlayStation app will also have the ability to share Screens and launch Remote Play later this month.
According to Android Central, Beta testers have already been using these features since July, but now everyone can enjoy them.
1440p video output is supported on compatible televisions and PC monitors, allowing players to experience a native 1440p resolution so long as the game supports it.
For games that offer up to 4K native resolution, users might want to try supersampling down to 1440p to take advantage of the improved anti-aliasing, creating a smoother image without harsh pixelated edges.
With Game lists on PS5, simply by going to the game library and navigating to the collection tab, users can choose to create a Gamelist with up to 100 games in each.
Players can create 15 Game lists total, and games can be added to multiple Game lists simultaneously, regardless of whether they are digital, disc, or streaming.
This feature was present in the PS4 but removed when the PS5 launched, the report said.
The other new features include the ability to compare 3D and stereo audio, request a Share Screen from a party member, and the ability to search YouTube by using Voice Command.