According to Matt McLarin, VP of UX Design on PlayStation, the PlayStation 5 will get a redesigned user interface that is more subtle than attractive. Recently, Sony revealed PlayStation 5, along with several games for upcoming consoles. The event also had a small teaser of the start screen, and now, via a LinkedIn post, McLaurin revealed that the user interface received a complete overhaul compared to PlayStation 4. MacLaurin shared that the new UI is practical, but comes with a “new visual language and a full search” of the interface.
MacLaurin shared an image of PlayStation 5 on their LinkedIn Page And also shared some information on the user interface in the comments. “A bit more practical, but there is a 100 percent overhaul of the PS4 UI and some very different new concepts,” McLrose said. The PS5 UI will have a whole new visual language with a redesign of the user interface. McLarin called this development of the operating system “more subtle than attractive”, adding that no pixels remained untouched.
MacLaurin also hinted at the homescreen without sharing any details about the changes. Additionally, there may be a different color console, possibly a black version, as well as some special editions that may come after the PS5 officially launches.
At the time of the incident, it was Appear There are two versions of the PS5 console, a physical disk version with a 4K Blu-ray disc drive and a digital version. Both follow the same design language with some subtle changes. Many attended this event Trailer and teaser For upcoming games including a remastered Grand Theft Auto V, Resident Evil Village, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Shivaay, and many more.
PlayStation 5 is scheduled for a holiday 2020 launch and the exact date has not been revealed Sony Till now
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