There are a bunch of hidden features in the PS5 that Sony hasn’t really shouted about just yet, so we’re going to run you through 9 of them, including Trophy changes, Accessibility options, and customization.
We know a lot about the PlayStation 5, like its graphical prowess, performance capabilities, and of course, its games. But Sony has been tight-lipped about the PS5 UI, and crucially, all the new things we’ll be able to do within it.
In the video above, we walk you through nine new things that you can now do on the PlayStation 5. Some are hidden deep in menus but are well worth seeking out, like setting your camera, subtitle, and difficulty preferences at a system level to automatically apply to games that support it. There are also cool new changes to Trophies, and additions to Profiles, like the Accolade system and being able to see how much playtime you’ve put into a game. We also point out hidden PlayStation symbols on the DualSense controller and on the PlayStation 5 console itself.
There are cool tweaks to the Game Library, how you store PS4 games, and changes to your screenshots and video clips. There’s a lot to go through, so watch the video to get the most from your PS5.
For our PlayStation 5 review, check out the site or our YouTube channel. We also have lots of other PlayStation 5 content, including load time comparisons between the PS4 and PS5, and a look at backwards compatibility.