Sony just announced that it is rolling out a new beta firmware update for PlayStation 5.
The beta update is rolling out to select users in the US, the UK, Canada, Japan, France, and Germany.
PS5 will get a couple of highly requested features - folders for games and a 1440p output.
The gaming console from Sony will be able to output in 2560 x 1440 resolution apart from the 720p, 1080p and 2160p resolutions.
Games that internally render in 1440p or below will output natively and those that render at 2160p will be scaled down to 1440p.
Another feature rolled out by the beta firmware update is folders for games, which Sony calls gamelists.
You can create gamelists to sort installed games on your system into personalized folders. You can save up to 100 games per gamelist and have up to 15 gamelists.
The beta firmware also added other new features such as the ability to compare 3D Audio and Stereo Audio, easier access to in-progress activities, request Share Screen, joinable game notifications, the ability to send stickers and voice messages in Game Base and view new friends' profiles.