PS5 UX features revealed: Control Center, Activities, Game Help, and more.
With less than a month until launch, we’re thrilled to share our very first look at the PlayStation 5 console’s user experience (UX). The new UX is completely centered on the player – to provide you a truly next-generation experience with deeper immersion that quickly connects you to great games and a passionate gaming community.
As the upcoming PlayStation5 will be swapping the default “O” for accept and “X” for cancel for the Japanese player. The newest regional specific feature is a change coming to Japanese players that has been the norm for other players worldwide since partway through the lifecycle of the original PlayStation. According to AV Watch, the Dualsense controller, while it will look the same both in Japan and worldwide, the confirm button will now be set to the PS5’s Cross button instead of Circle. This has been the way that games have released in Japan up until now, but Sony seems to be moving forward with making the default setting universal across all regions.