PS5 is updating to version 22-01-05-50.00 now and improving the overall gaming experience. Indeed, new options for Auto Low Latency Mode are available.
Compared to the latest firmware which was content “to improve the performance of the system “, the new PS5 update 22-01-05-50 should satisfy owners of recent televisions. Especially those who are very sensitive to latency issues…
A new PS5 firmware 22-01-05-50 that improves latency
Weighing in at 1.061GB, update 22-01-05-50 is available on PS5. And if it improves system performance again and again, there is a more interesting novelty. Options for the ALLM.
What does ALLM mean? ALLM, for Auto Low Latency Mode or low latency mode in French, is a feature specific to new-gen consoles like the PlayStation 5 which sends a signal to your TV so that it automatically switches to “Game Mode”. This disables all superfluous settings that would increase latency and therefore degrade the experience. However, the technology requires having an up-to-date screen. If you recently fell for an OLED, this should do it. The latest Sony InZone monitors are fully compatible.
here are the new Auto Low Latency Mode options with PS5 update 22-01-05-50.00 :
- If you are using a TV that supports ALLM (auto low latency mode), you can adjust the ALLM settings in > > > .
- If you select , your TV will automatically switch to low latency mode while you play
- If you select , the ALLM will not be activated, except in VRR (variable refresh rate) output.