Great improvements to the UI over PS4, especially with the party features. I regularly play while using the picture in picture of my friend's PS5 while playing online.
Depending on the game I move it to different spots, there are 8 to choose from, or you can reduce your image and pin it to a side panel so it doesn't cover your screen at all. Here's an example in Elden Ring:
That's so damn cool. Had no idea you could do that. Still ain't happening in this house with aDSL internet speeds, lol.
This. 100%PS and Xbox home sharing.
As long as you got ONE(!) trustworthy friend or family member you can do game sharing by linking your accounts on the same system. So cut all your costs in half with DIGITAL games you mutually agree to split 50/50.
So for all the bitching and moaning about digital prices, there's got to be one good person you know with the same platform you can go halfers with.
I don't know if this also applies for PS, but for Xbox the home sharing also shares Gold and Game Pass memberships. So only one person has to buy it and both profiles get it. For me, I do all the Gold/Game Pass activation, so my buddy just pays me back or buys me dinner to cover it.
Dog, I am so behind the curve. lol.Has time stopped in Fart Town?
Have you tried out the PS5/XSX version of Control? It has some great raytracing reflections. It looks so nice that I was willing to play in the 30 fps mode. Probably the best console example I've seen, where the difference is undeniably awesome.What I really want to know though, who the hell is Ray Tracing and why does everyone keep talking about him? I think he's working with Mark Cerny on Knack 3 or something? I dunno, it's all so confusing to me now.
I haven't but I think I have it in my PS+ games, it might just be the PS4 version, I'll have to check.Have you tried out the PS5/XSX version of Control? It has some great raytracing reflections. It looks so nice that I was willing to play in the 30 fps mode. Probably the best console example I've seen, where the difference is undeniably awesome.