Friday, 29 November 2013

First boot with the PlayStation 4


Are you ready to explore PlayStation 4?? Well, it is available in the United States from November 5 at $399.This time it is packed with more power and features to thrill all game lovers. It is equipped with an 8-core AMD Jaguar processor, 8GB of GDDR5 memory, and AMD's next-generation Radeon GPU. Furthermore, it includes a user-replaceable 500GB hard drive, a Blu-ray Disc drive as well as a list of new social features. With a system, a collection of connection cables, a DualShock 4 controller, a basic mono voucher, it has a basic mono headset and a quick start guide.


Using the HDMI port, you can connect your console to the television and with an AC power cord you can bring system to life. When you will first start the system, you need to connect the controller and configure things like language settings, Internet connection, and the date and time.
Connect the PlayStation camera to the back of the system and it can be mounted on top of the TV. After completing the setup process, create a new user account. Also, you need to install the system software update to enable Remote Play, voice chat, support for Blu-ray movies, online multiplayer and other sharing features.

Navigating the UI

User interface is completely revamped with large high-resolution images. It includes five tabs: What's New, The Playroom, Live from PlayStation, Internet Browser, and Library.  What’s New tab lets you see information related to your friends including status updates, recorded videos, screenshots and more. In the Playroom, you can find an improved reality game which utilizes PlayStation Camera and DualShock 4 controller. This allows gamers to kick, swat and shake small robotic creatures with their feet, hands or the controller.
With “Share” button, you can share previously recorded and live gameplay with others. You can find these broadcasts in the Live from PlayStation tab on the console’s home screen. By hitting the up arrow, you can reveal a secondary menu. Now, you can access the PlayStation Store along with Notifications, Friends, Messages, parties, Settings, Power, Trophies and Profile options.


By double tapping the PlayStation button on the controller, you can return to your last open app or program. Furthermore, PlayStation 4 supports various voice commands to launch games and power down the system. Press the L2 button on the controller to launch these commands. The camera of PlayStation 4 lets the gamers to log into the console using their face. For this, select the “Login Settings” options from the system settings menu and enable “Face Recognition” option. After this, click “Face Recognition Management” and select “Add Face Data.”

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