The PlayStation 5 is out now and you can buy one if you can find one. Those upgrading have some new features to look forward to, which include the DualSense’s haptics. And there are quite a few differences, turning off the PS5 console may be a difficult thing to do for some.
This is because the PlayStation Button on PlayStation 5 works differently than it does on PS4. The DualShock 4’s button, when clicked, takes you to your home screen. This is where you see tiles of your games, with the most-recently played appear first. Holding the button brings up the quick menu overlay, where you can scroll down to Power to restart the PS4, put it in rest mode, or turn the console off entirely. Power can also be accessed through the home screen by heading to the top icons and navigating to the right.
o go to the quick menu overlay on PlayStation 5, though, you must click the PS Button on the DualSense–not hold it. Holding the button brings up the home screen where you scroll through your games. You can access Power from the home screen, too. But to reach the quick menu-overlay to turn the PS5 off, the DualSense’s PS Button has to be tapped.