The next PlayStation might get lots of cool features
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One might say that the current UI used in PlayStation 4 is hospitable enough, and they won’t be completely wrong; still, there’re many features missing – the ones fans have been long asking for. Many of such simple elements are already present on other platforms, including Steam and Xbox, but the situation might soon change for the best for PlayStation.
If there’s any credence to the recent rumour regarding huge improvements and changes to the user interface on PS, we are likely to see the fan-requested features implemented in the nearest future. According to the “tweet” by a Sweedish user, here’s what’s next in store for PlayStation: a wishlist and the ability to buy items in PS Store for direct gifting; a fully-fledged trophy progress tracking; timelog and detailed statistics for all your games; the not so exciting yet handy ability to pin favourite games on the dashboard. Now, we should warn you – despite posting a few reliable leaks in the past, the user/insider in question also has a record of sharing fictional information, which means that we are having a roughly 50% chance that all of the above will turn out to be true.
However, it all does sound exciting. Proper gifting system is a gift itself for all the dedicated PlayStation owners – not to mention everything else we’ve listed. Perhaps, trophy progress tracking sounds the best – you’ll be able to see how much of a specific task or objective you need to complete to receive the award.
The most interesting part though is the possibility of the aforementioned features make it to the initial version of the UI for the next PlayStation – or PlayStation 5 if that suits you better. This is obviously just speculation, but a desired and welcomed one.
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