PlayStation 5 User Interface Revealed

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More and more details about how the hardware is going to perform, what we can expect from next-gen gaming, and what cool features are coming to the PlayStation 5 and/or the Xbox Series X is getting everyone pretty excited - and there are numbers to prove it. So far, the company already revealed its pricing and strategy for many markets where the new console will land, but for some reason, left India without consistent info about the new console.

Sony has also announced the pricing of the new console accessories and peripherals.

Not only is PlayStation 5 pretty hard to pre-order right now, as everyone seems to want it, but just the video of the UI breakdown is still trending on YouTube. The Indian variants surely are more expensive, and we assume that this has to do with import taxes and local duties.

Additionally, the Control Center lets users access the PlayStation's "Activities" feature. Those wanting an extra unit will have to pay INR 5,990 for the Dual Sense, almost $82. The new DualSense Wireless Controller as been announced at Rs 5,990, HD Camera at Rs 5,190, The PULSE 3D Wireless Headset at Rs 8,590, Media Remote at Rs 2,590, and the DualSense Charging Station also at Rs 2,590.

Along with the accessories, we also got the pricing of the launch day game titles. Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales for instance will cost Rs 3,999 while Demon's Souls will be available for Rs 4,999. Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales are priced at ₹3,999. The same thumb rule also applies to the Xbox Series X (that is also $499 in the US) though Microsoft could have priced the Xbox Series S (that is just $299 in the U.S. or roughly Rs 22,000) better.

These reports can be submitted directly through the PlayStation 5 console, and will be sent to our Consumer Experience team for moderation, who will then listen to the recording and take action, if needed. The Xbox units will be available on November 10, and we assume that the PS5 will not take much longer than that to arrive.

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