Sony has quietly altered the order of PlayStation 5’s Game Library, which previously used to default to your entire collection of games. The system now shows your installed software first, but you can still tab to the right to see everything you’ve ever purchased. This is an appreciated alteration as, while it was only one button press, it always struck us as odd that the Game Library defaulted to titles you may not actually have installed.
We only noticed this alteration earlier today, but presumably it was bundled into the most recent PS5 firmware update. It’s a tiny detail, but we figured it was worth spotlighting all the same, as Sony seeks to iterate upon the overall usability of its next-gen console’s interface.
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