The latest major PS4 firmware update is upon us, and as usual brings with it a host of brand new features to enhance your PlayStation experience. One of the main additions in PS4 firmware update 5.50 is system-wide supersampling for PS4 Pro. This feature allows your PS4 Pro-enchanced games to output to their fullest, even on TVs with a resolution less than 4K. The game will output at the maximum resolution, then your PS4 Pro will shrink the image down to fit your television, giving you a much more detailed and sharper image. If this sounds good to you, you'll want to know how to enable the feature, and that's where we come in.

How to Enable System-Wide Supersampling for PS4 Pro

Follow these steps and you'll be able to take advantage of this brand new feature.

Head to 'Sound and Screen' in the Settings Menu

Navigate to the Settings menu on your PS4 Pro and scroll down to 'Sound and Screen'. In here, you'll want to select 'Video Output Settings', which is the first option.

Select 'Supersampling Mode'

Scroll down to 'Supersampling Mode'. This takes you to another screen, which details the new feature. To enable Supersampling Mode, check the box, then hit 'OK'. That's all there is to it.