The PlayStation Support YouTube channel has published a series of videos showcasing previously unseen areas of the PlayStation 5 user interface, revealing new features such as game presets and rest mode power options.
Here are the new features the videos showcase:
Customize Haptic Feedback and Trigger Effect Intensity
You can customize the controller’s haptic feedback and trigger effect intensity (strong, medium, weak, or off).
Rest Mode Power Options
You can control the amount of power consumed and the features PlayStation 5 can use while in rest mode. “Optimized Experience” always applies the latest updates, can turn on PlayStation 5 remotely using PlayStation App or Remote Play, and charges controllers after entering rest mode. “Lower Power Use” consumes less power (under 0.5 watts), but with some features disabled. It does not apply updates or charge controllers. You can also customize Rest Mode entirely by selecting which features to enable.
You can set “Game Presets,” which allow you to start new games with your preferred settings, such as difficulty, control options, performance mode or resolution mode, first-person or third-person view, subtitles and audio, and so on. These presets will be applied to games that support this feature, and applied differently depending on the game.
QR Code PlayStation Network Sign-In
You can sign into PlayStation Network manually or via QR code.
User profiles feature accolades in addition to trophies.
PlayStation 5 will launch on November 12 in the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, and November 19 in the rest of the world including Europe, Middle East, South America, Asia, and South Africa.
Watch the videos below.