Sony has finally published a video where they show the PS5 user interface in detail. And as the company has confirmed, from the beginning, that they have placed the player “in the center.” This means that the UI has been created starting from the player as the fundamental center, as a basic pillar.
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The new PS5 interface has been developed and created from scratch. It is not a “recycled” and adapted version of the PS4 interface, but a completely new interface that is able to fully exploit the potential of the new Sony console.
From the moment we see this new PS5 user interface It is clear that one of the most important new features is the control center. Through the control center, we will have direct and immediate access to practically everything that our PS5 can offer.
In the new PS5 user interface to access the control center we only have to press the button “PlayStation” on the DualSense. If we are playing we will not have anything to worry about, since the game will not be closed (it will remain in the background, as is currently the case on PS4). On the main screen of the control center, we will see the icons to access settings and certain elements have been moved to the bottom (on PS4 they are located in the upper section). We can also see different activity cards.
With the new PS5 user interface the activity cards will allow us to discover new opportunities and game options, change levels within a specific title and access other features, functions and actions, such as viewing screenshots we have recently taken.
Thanks to the changes that Sony has introduced in the PS5 user interface we will be able to navigate through it in a more agile and intuitive way, it will take less time to change from one game to another, and also to find and access online games. Communicating, socializing with our friends and sharing content is also much easier thanks to the new UI.
It is important to consider that what we see in the video is a demo version of the PS5 user interface, which means that the final version could bring changes.