There’s a lot to love about the PlayStation 4. The start screen and the user interface for settings are not included. Sony used an entire blog post and 1
The user interface seems to have borrowed some hints from Smart TV menus, but it focuses on more advanced features that can be built into the games you play. The home screen breaks everything down into just two sections: Games and Media.
During the game, the main menu changes to Control Center mode. At any time, you can go to the main menu and see suggestions for quests or activities in your current game, and time estimates for completion based on your personal play style.
Supported games even have hints and videos to guide you through the games. You can pin these to the side of the screen while playing. However, this only applies to active PlayStation Plus subscribers. The social functions of the PS5 are fully displayed. Party chat is available at all times and deep links to merge parties can be created using the maps on the home screen.
Voice dictation is a highlight that will keep you from using a keyboard or the awkward on-screen keyboard. However, the home screen seems to change dynamically depending on the last game played, making consistent themes a thing of the past.
PlayStation 5 is out on November 12th … if you can find one.
Source: PlayStation Blog