The VRR, acronym for Variable Refresh Rate, will be added to PS5 through a update system: Sony officially confirmed this in an update of the FAQ.
We know that PlayStation 5 does not currently support VRR, as revealed by Digital Foundry as part of the technical analysis of games come Assassin’s Creed Valhalla e DIRT 5.
For the uninitiated, the Variable Refresh Rate is a technology that allows a device to work precisely at variable refresh rates, passing from one to the other seamlessly.
It is important for use with video games as it eliminates the phenomenon of tearing, the horizontal “tear” of the image, in some cases very evident, which is noticed when we rotate the view.
In the FAQ we read: “PS5 hardware supports Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) over connection HDMI 2.1. Thanks to a future software update, console owners will be able to use this feature with compatible TVs. “