Sony announced the highly anticipated features of the new generation game console PlayStation 5 the other day, but there are still some things we don’t know about the device. The main one is the operating system and the interface. So let’s ask: What differences are waiting for us in the PS5’s interface?
We now know for sure that Sony PlayStation 5, whose technical details we learned in the past days, will come with some important features such as SSD, Ray Tracing and backward compatibility. But we do not have any idea what interface we will encounter when we turn on the device.
PS5’s predecessor, PlayStation 4, has a main menu that allows you to communicate with your friends and connect to the PlayStation Store before entering the game, but the news shows that the PS5 will take things to the next level.
Over the past week, a patent file has emerged indicating that Sony is working on interactive interfaces for the next generation game console. When we consider the comments made by Sony PlayStation system architect Mark Cerny in an interview with Wired last year, there is no doubt that there will be significant changes in the interface of the PS5.
Cerny, who states that single player games provide information such as what tasks you can perform and what rewards you can get when you complete them, seems to want to adopt this approach in the system interface of PS5.
Well what does it mean? Let’s say you installed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on your PS5. Cerny is trying to implement an interface where you can see existing multiplayer lists and events directly from the PS5’s main menu, even without starting the game. In addition, the console will show you which tasks you have completed as a single player, and will allow you to jump directly to a desired task.
Putting the concepts of speed and efficiency into the center of the PS5, Sony plans to present you an in-game mode or section directly from the console’s main menu with this small but effective innovation it will make in the user interface. You can find all the details about the technical features of PlayStation 5 on our site.