Game news PS5: Ghostwire Tokyo uses 100% DualSense in a new trailer
Despite hitting a new high during Sony’s last State of Play, Ghostwire Tokyo is back on stage today to show us all the benefits of DualSense.
The DualSense in action
As you can see from the video available above, Ghostwire Tokyo, as promised, intends to make 100% use of the capabilities of the PlayStation 5 and in particular the machine controls. In fact, in this excerpt we can finally see the different features of the DualSense in action.
From 0:28 seconds, or similarn can, for example, see the haptic feedback that responds to our character’s supernatural powers, that aims to emphasize immersion, such as when you suck the power of a portal or levitate in the air, or when you use various abilities to attack opponents. That’s not all, as with Returnal we also learn that the player will also feel the rain through the controller.
From 0:42 seconds the controller speaker shows what it can do. This feature is actually used when our character radios teammates.
And finally, and this is probably the most interesting part, We can see at the beginning of the video that the controller’s adaptive triggers are also used. They harden when we draw a bow or when we launch an attack, for example, and stutter when the player makes quick shots.
Words that are not new
As a reminder, this information is not new, as we still remember the words of Kenji Kimura, the game director, who announced a few days after the first official presentation of the title that Ghostwire Tokyo would benefit from all the advantages of the Sony console controller .
The protagonist’s special abilities have a deep relationship with hand gestures, and that’s perfect for the controller’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, which are some of the new PS5 features we’re taking full advantage of here. We can’t wait for you to get your hands on this new controller to explore a fascinating and unpredictable Tokyo that will never cease to amaze you. Ghostwire Tokyo Director Kenji Kimura via PlayStation Blog
Ghostwire Tokyo is a temporary console exclusive to the PlayStation 5. The title is expected on this machine and on PC from March 25, 2022.
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