QHD, or 1440p, is not supported natively by the PlayStation 5, so it's still possible to connect the console to a computer monitor
Patience is running out for early PlayStation 5 buyers, but new information from IGN Italy is likely to dampen the spirits of those who were hoping to enjoy their new console on a QHD monitor.
According to the Italian website, the Sony PS5 does not natively support 1440p definition.
If Sony praises the ease of its new console in 4K, and even 8K compatibility, the manufacturer seems to have omitted some aspects of the spectrum of resolutions available on the market.
QHD, or 1440p, is not supported natively by the PlayStation 5, so it's still possible to connect the console to a computer monitor, but the resolution will be upscaled from 1080p (Full HD) to match the monitor's resolution. In other words: the picture quality will be somewhat degraded.
For comparison, the Xbox Series X | S will natively support 1440p resolution. Just like the current Xbox One, by the way.