It has been a while since the PlayStation 5’s User Interface was teased during the reveal of PlayStation 5. It was just a few seconds of a tease, and then it transitioned into Astro’s Playroom – which is a pre-installed game that shows off the DualSense’s capabilities. That’s the last we saw of the User Interface. Then on October 12th, Burger King started a weird tease on Twitter. Shortly thereafter, Sony surprised the world with the official unveiling of the PlayStation 5’s User Interface, which Sony is dubbing the “User Experience.” PlayStation Support’s YouTube channel uploaded a series of videos about how to do certain things on PlayStation 5. Learn how you can tweak recommended settings on the new PS5 console…
To tweak the recommended settings of the PlayStation 5 console, log into your console. Once logged in, look for a settings tab, it looks like a gear. Click on the gear button to be taken to the settings. In this menu, you’ll be able to tweak settings for all kinds of options. In this tutorial, PlayStation Support shows how to tweak the Sound settings where they tell you how to turn 3D Audio features. The next one was the Accessories settings, where they tell you how to tweak Haptic Feedback features, and Adaptive Triggers features. Next, they showed how Rest Mode has been improved for PlayStation 5, and they showed you where you can go back and tweak the power settings for Rest Mode.
And that concludes the PlayStation 5 recommended settings tutorial.
PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition arrives November 12, 2020 in United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea. PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition also arrives November 19, 2020 everywhere else.