PlayStation 5, Sony’s next-gen video game console, was released in Japan, North America, New Zealand, Australia, and South Korea on November 12, 2020, with a worldwide release a week later. The PS5 is part of the ninth generation of video game consoles. PlayStation 5 features a powerful AMD GPU capable of supporting 4K Resolution and frame rates up to 120 frames per second. It provides the best experience possible on a PlayStation console to date. We crave video games that look beautiful and are optimized as much as possible. With PlayStation 5, fans can now experience the heavenly feel of next-generation graphical features (oh, Ray Tracing!) in video games.
PS5 is designed to give users the best gaming and streaming experience. You will, however, be required to play on particular settings to fully utilize its potential. It’s more than just plugging the PS5 into your TV and hoping for the best to happen! You can always tweak the settings for graphics according to your needs. We have mentioned a few ways to set the best graphics and visuals for PS5 below. Check it out!
Turn On The 4K Resolution On Your PS5
Adopt this setting only when you have a TV that supports 4K resolution. To do so, follow the given steps:
1) Switch on your PS5. Go to the Settings icon present in the top-right of the screen.
2) You will find Screens and Videos when you scroll down. Select the option.
3) You will need to enter the Video Output tab and select the Resolution according to what your TV supports.
While playing in 4K, some players have reported crashes and blackouts. If you are also facing the same issue return to the Video Output page and set the 4K Video Transfer Rate to -1 or -2 to solve the problem.
Choose an appropriate TV/Monitor for output
Experiencing 4K or high-resolution content will require you to use a television/monitor with such support. Make sure your TV is set to the correct input. Upon connecting the PS5 with your TV, your TV may automatically transition to Game Mode. This minimizes the input lag. You can change the picture mode visuals according to your convenience and preference. All TVs have different settings – take a look at our suggestions and make the necessary changes!
– You can reset Brightness (brighter on TV Brightness and Dark on HDR) and reset to Normal HDR for picture mode.
– Switch to Auto picture size.
– You can play with the Backlight settings. Users suggest the backlight to be kept at 59 and Sharpness at 0 for better colors.
– You can see what color temperature you prefer, however, warm is mostly suggested.
It’s worth noting that some TVs’ Game mode settings can lower picture quality in some ways. If you’re playing a game that doesn’t require a lot of reaction time, you might prefer the overall picture quality with Game mode disabled.
Use the HDMI cable that was included with your PS5
You should also make sure you’ve connected your PS5 to the TV using a 4K-ready HDMI port, which may be labeled as such on your device. The PS5’s 4K functionality can improve your viewing experience.