Sony announces ‘Ready for PlayStation 5’

Sony Europe is preparing the way for the launch of the new PlayStation 5 (PS5) console that will arrive at the end of the year, and one of the steps they have just taken is to create a new label that certifies their televisions and guarantees a series of functionalities. with which to take advantage of the possibilities of the new generation video game console. Sony announces ready for PlayStation 5 for different devices.

This is the Ready for PlayStation 5‘ specification , it has been developed in collaboration with Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) and includes, in the first instance, two recently launched televisions, the XH90 4K HDR Full Array LED and the ZH8 8K HDR Full Array LED .

The XH90 is capable of offering a resolution of up to 4K at 120 fps with an input delay of just 7.2 ms. The ZH8, meanwhile, is capable of displaying images with 8K resolution at 60 fps or also 4K at 120 fps .

Models that have the ‘Ready for PlayStation 5’ seal will also have the BRAVIA Game Mode configuration mode that allows you to activate the game mode automatically on the PS5 console with low latency. The idea is that we can turn on both the TV and the console at the same time with the DualSense wireless controller and control the PS5 without problems using only the TV remote control.

Models that have the ‘Ready for PlayStation 5’ seal will also have the BRAVIA Game Mode configuration mode that allows you to activate the game mode automatically on the PS5 console with low latency. The idea is that we can turn on both the TV and the console at the same time with the DualSense wireless controller and control the PS5 without problems using only the TV remote control.

Sony has also commented in the brief press release that televisions under this same label will have a sound system coming directly from the screen, achieving a more realistic sound experience. What they have not pointed out is how these televisions will implement the Tempest 3D AudioTech immersive audio system , a set of algorithms capable of generating three-dimensional audio in games in a similar way as Dolby Atmos does with video content.

Although at the moment this label has only reached two LCD televisions, it is to be expected that little by little more models capable of offering 120 fps video via HDMI will incorporate it into their advertising with the aim of guiding the consumer to look for a screen with the than squeeze your new PS5. Another thing is that finally the games of this new generation are capable of reaching these frame rates, something that we will not be able to know until testing the console in a few months.

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