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This is what the PS4 menus look like

So we don't know what the PS4 actually looks like. But at least we've got a sneak preview of its user interface. That's something, right?

The sort-of-but-not-really PS4 launch failed to show us what the actual console will look like, with Sony choosing to focus on the new PS4 controller and games lineup instead.

If you were a little disappointed like we were, then you can take consolation by pouring your eyes over these PS4 menu screenshots.

While not as exciting as seeing a finished console, the menus do show off an achievement screen, news feed, sharing screen and some game streaming goodness.

There’s also a Trim Video screen which shows us a glimpse into the editing capabilities for recorded clips before slinging them into the social ether.

Check out our PS4 need to know guide for all the info on Sony’s latest console and stay tuned for more news as and when we get it.

[Game no Hashi via Tech Radar]

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