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Players in the US Who Use PS5 Will Observe a Significantly Updated Explore Page


Users in the United States are beginning to notice that the Explore page on the home screen of their PlayStation 5 console is getting a big upgrade. This overhaul includes the addition of new information as well as tabs for displaying that information. This page includes information on what your friends are up to, in addition to an overall Trophy level that indicates how close you are to moving on to the next level of competition. This page formerly presented a stream of publicly available PlayStation Blog postings in its previous incarnation.

It does not appear as though the update has been made available to each and every PS5 user in the United States; rather, it appears as though users are receiving access in fits and starts on a sporadic basis. Since the initial launch of the console in November 2020, the feature has been made available in the United States only; it cannot be accessed in any other country. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused, but it is the case. The Game Base now has a tab labelled “Official News,” which can be used in place of an Activity Card. This tab is located where the Activity Card used to be.

Players in the US Who Use PS5 Will Observe a Significantly Updated Explore Page

The significantly updated website gives the impression of being one step closer to reclaiming the information that was displayed on the What’s New page of the PS4 system in the event that Sony ultimately chooses to launch it globally. This is because the information appears to have been moved to a different location on the website. It would display in a neat timeline the games that your friends have played and the Trophies that they have achieved, giving you an idea of what they have been up to recently and providing you some insight into what they have been doing. People have a lot of concerns regarding the user interface of the PS5, and one of those criticisms is that Sony opted to do rid of a feature that they previously had.