One of the many exciting new features of the PS5 is the ability to play games at 120 FPS (frames-per-second). The advanced specs of the PS5 and the rise in capable displays mean that developers have the option of targeting 120 FPS in games if they so choose. We've rounded up all the games directly confirmed to at least feature a 120 FPS option in certain modes, which we'll add to over time as more games are announced. Here's the full list of PS5 games with 120 FPS support — that we're aware of right now.
List of PS5 games with 120 FPS support
|Game||Resolution||Free upgrade||Upgrade release date|
|Borderlands 3||1080p||Yes||November 2020|
|Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War||1200p||No||November 13, 2020|
|Destiny 2||Unknown||Yes||December 8, 2020|
|Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition||1080p||No||November 2020|
|Dirt 5||—||Yes||November 2020|
|Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom||4K||—||—|
|Rainbow Six Siege||Dynamic 4K||Yes||—|
PS5 games with 120 FPS support Why should I want 120 FPS?
Playing a game at 120 FPS provides a smoother experience than at 30 FPS or even 60 FPS. Input latency is reduced, meaning your character and the world around you will react faster, while you might even see higher-quality animation detail that simply isn't visible at lower framerates. You can see an example of how this works below with Digital Foundry examining the PC version of Death Stranding:
Right now, one of the games confirmed to feature 120 FPS support is Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, which is one of the overall best PS5 launch games.
The PS5 is now available worldwide, though finding stock is extremely difficult and is expected to remain scarce for some time. If you see one available to buy, we suggest grabbing it immediately. In our PS5 review, PlayStation lead Jennifer Locke noted that the overall improvements the system brings make it impossible to go back to playing on a PS4.
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