A new one Disney Plus app now available for Sony’s PlayStation 5 that allows users to stream their favorite movies, TV shows, originals, and more in 4K HDR quality.
As noted by The VergeThe old version of the Disney+ app on PS5 is actually a PS4 app running on the newer console, meaning that images are limited to 1080p, while the Disney+ app relaunching already was originally designed for PS5 and now supports 4K High Dynamic Range playback on the service’s growing portfolio of titles.
“A key part of our global expansion strategy is to satisfy consumers wherever they are, which is why we’re so excited to bring Disney+ to PlayStation 5 users,” Jerrell Jimerson said. , EVP of Product and Design for Disney Streaming, said in a press release. “The ability to support 4K HDR video playback on the platform will also improve the viewing experience for fans.”
The relaunch of the Disney+ app on PS5 comes months before the streamer rolls out a new subscription model that includes the launch of the membership level is supported by ads. Sign up for ad support will be available on December 8 for $7.99 a monthwhile the ad-free subscription will now be called the “Premium” tier at $10.99 a month.
PS5 users can download the new Disney+ app from the media section of the console’s home screen. Disney+ subscribers will then need to sign in to gain access to the service’s library and start streaming titles in 4K HDR, with a full catalog of movies and shows to watch. selection, including movies like Hocus Pocus 2, She-Hulk: Lawyerand Andor.
Andor is Disney Plus’ fourth live-action Star Wars show. The the series just dropped the fifth episodewhich IGN called the chapter “good” that “stabilizes back into setup mode” by diving deeper into “the dynamics of development between Cassian and his cynical new friends,” replacing “stress by your chair” with ” little character moments” looks set to pay off in the future.
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