After a long wait, Sony Interactive Entertainment finally revealed the user experience of the upcoming PlayStation 5 consoles.
We get to see a video and a couple of screenshots showing the user interface, with the caveat that it’s not 100% final, so a few small things may change when the PS5 releases.
The UI named new Control Center is based on modules based “cards” and there are plenty of new UX features to enjoy.
It’s not that surprising that Sony took so long to reveal the new interface, considering that it comes with a ton of new things and features.
You can check it out below.
If you’re interested in purchasing a PS5, recently Sony announced both prices and release dates.
The standard edition will cost $499.99, €499.99, £449.99, or 49,980 yen while the Digital Edition is priced at $399.99, €399.99, £359.99, or 39,980 yen.
The first release date will be on Nov. 12 in the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea.
Everyone else will have to wait a little more: the console will launch in Europe and in the rest of the world on Nov. 19.
Incidentally, you can catch a lot of PS5 gameplay showcased last weekend by a large group of local YouTubers, watch a new teardown of the console, and read plenty of details about backward compatibility.