Good news for those wondering if the interface of the Playstation 5 will be customizable. We know thanks to a new version of the PlayStation 4 title Dead by Daylight that this will be the case.
As we get closer to the release of the PS5, the various questions surrounding the functionality of the console become increasingly clear. Until recently, for example, we learned, thanks to the new version of the Remote Play application, that it will be possible to play from a smartphone, tablet or computer. Now it’s the turn of Dead by Daylight: Stranger Things to give us an additional detail. The page that references the game on the PlayStation Store does indeed include a mention of a feature suggesting that PlayStation 5 players should be able to customize the console interface.
In short, Sony will allow us to change themes whenever we want.
A feature inherited from previous generations
That the PlayStation 5 allows us to freely choose the interface that suits us seems partly logical. This feature has been proven on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 by giving players the ability to customize the display of their machine.
We do not know however if Sony will allow each of us to create our own theme or if we will have to be satisfied with those set up by the developers. Either way, it’s still nice to hear that the PlayStation 5 will inherit the option that, let’s remember, was introduced by the PS3.
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A confirmation by the new version Dead by Daylight
As indicated above, it is thanks to the description page of Dead by Daylight: Stranger Things on the PlayStation Store that this detail is now known. If you don’t know yet, this is an asymmetric horror game (new chapter of Dead by Daylight) where one player takes on the role of a killer while other players play the survivors.
Released in September 2019, the title will therefore be playable on the PlayStation 5. It is not known, however, whether Behavior Interactive plans to add new elements to spice up the gameplay.
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