As October continues to trudge along, we get closer and closer to the release of the PlayStation 5. After a look into the hardware elements of the console, Sony has decided to give us a look at the user experience for the PS5, showing off the user interface and features of the system.
Check it out:
Take not that this isn’t a walkthrough of the final product, and we could still expect some changes when the PS5 finally comes out. Nevertheless, it looks like an overview of all the main features, from the ‘cards’ to the new PS Store that won’t be an app in the system, but part of the system itself.
There has also been some improvements done when it comes to socializing with the console. It’s now easier to share screens with friends, and you can watch what your friend is playing while you’re busy with your own game.
Chatting has also become simpler as the controller is able to convert speech into text.
There’s actually more to look into when it comes to the PlayStation 5, but it looks like Sony only had the 11 minutes to spare. Hopefully we get more extensive looks before the release. Let’s also not forget Xbox is yet to give us a look-see at their console interface.
The PlayStation 5 is set to launch on Nov. 12. Check out all the next-generation games in our updated list of Upcoming PlayStation 5 Games.