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Sony reveals screenshots of PS4’s user interface

Sony has recently revealed the General User Interface for PlayStation 4, giving gamers around the world a first-hand look at what they can expect with the new console's streamlined GUI.

Shortly after the PlayStation 4 reveal during the "See The Future" event in New York, Sony has released a few official screenshots of the PS4's general user interface. The screenshots themselves show off the console's stylish home screen and new streamlined look, showcasing many of the new unique additions like enhanced social interactions, a dynamic new friends list, and an expansive game library.

As you can see, the PlayStation 4's UI is streamlined for next-generation gaming, with a variety of options and features that encompass the console's features. Everything from Recent Activity to Friends and a progressive leveling system based on Trophies can be seen, offering a glimpse of the different screens that comprise the PS4's GUI.

The last of Sony's screenshots shows the PS4's dynamic social interface, which is broken up into different tiles and displays recent activity from gamers on your friends list. From comments on recent screenshots to interactive and live updates, this part of the UI gives gamers an example of the PlayStation 4's emphasis on interactivity and capturing a player's ever-evolving social presence.

It will be interesting to see the PlayStation 4's full offering when it comes to the user interface, as it appears to be very user-friendly and visually appeasing. Everything is efficiently broken down and sorted in a logical way, making a new progression for the console itself. With Vibrant colors and a streamlined modern look, these screenshots are a nice glimpse at what Sony has to offer with the PlayStation 4's GUI.

Also it's worth noting that these screenshots are not final, and that the PS4's actual UI may vary in many ways.

Via Gematsu

Derek Strickland
Derek is an avid fan of gaming and everything geeky, and is compelled to make his mark in the field of games journalism. When he's not gaming on a console (everything from SNES to X360) you can find him reading about ancient civilizations or enjoying a fantasy epic or two.

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