It's not yet clear how much customisation will be available to users in the themes, though SCE's previous packages on PlayStation 3 offered the ability to change backgrounds, fonts and brightness. Speaking to fans on Twitter, PlayStation EU community manager Chris Owen confirmed that the PS4 Themes will be distributed via the PlayStation Store.
Theme support is coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in the upcoming 2.0 and 3.30 firmware updates, Sony announced at its pre-TGS PlayStation press conference in Japan today.
You will soon be able to customise the backgrounds on your PS4 and/or PS Vita consoles as Sony is bringing personalisation themes to the platforms. Announced during the company's pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference, the new feature will come as part of a software update in the near future.
The PS Vita isn’t being left out of the fun, though the addition of themes to the handheld are to be of a decidedly more static nature. For those who tire of the bubble-tastic interface, this looks like it removes any hope of a shift to a more modern flat interface similar to that of the PS4, but themes will at least give you custom icons for core system software. This is set to be part of firmware 3.30.
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