Surprise! Sony has just revealed a shock State of Play video, this time showing off the PlayStation 5’s menu, homescreen and more in a detailed video of the user experience.
The video shows off all the new features we can expect to see when the console launches, including the New Share Screen feature. This will allow players to stream a friend’s feed, as well as pin it to your own game screen.
Meanwhile, the new Control Center will allow you to access your trophies and their relevant info with a single press of the PS button.
The UI, the Create Button’s interface and more have also been revealed. For all the details, check out the video below!
Sony says: “Finally – here’s a sneak peek at the PlayStation 5’s user experience! Watch our new video walkthrough to see new features designed to make your gaming experiences more fun, engaging, personalized and social on the PS5 console. Note: This walkthrough is set in a pre-production environment, so there may be some minor changes once the PS5 console launches in November.”
Sony has confirmed two next-generation PlayStation consoles: the PS5 and the PS5 Digital Edition. The main difference between the two (aside from their price) is the fact the Digital version doesn’t have a disc drive. If you prefer physical games, the main PS5 will be what you’re after.
Both editions of PS5 will roll out in select markets including North America and Japan on November 12, followed by Europe and additional regions on November 19.
The PS5 Digital Edition will be available for a recommended retail price (RRP) of £359.99 GBP/$399.99 USD, and PS5 with an Ultra HD Blu-ray™ disc drive will be available for an RRP of £449.99 GBP/$499.99 USD. Have you pre-ordered yours?
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