Sony Interactive Entertainment has brought its first global digital ad spot for the PS5 console generation. It showcases the key, immersive features for the PS5 console and talks in detail about the immersive gameplay features. These features will launch this holiday season, probably in November this year. The players will see them come to life through the eyes of a young woman and her movements.
The game begins at a frozen lake where a young woman starts to walk across the Lake, feeling the ice cracks at her feet. As the character senses danger, a sudden explosive reveal of Kraken from the icy surface showcases the haptic feedback sensation. You can feel it through the DualSense™ wireless controller for the PS5 console.
New Immersive Features For PS5
Using the technology to the fullest, the company has successfully managed to make your gaming experience feel real. Thanks to the DualSense™ wireless controller’s adaptive triggers and the Tempest 3D AudioTech of the PS5 console. As the gameplay progresses, when the character reacts to the things around, sounds start to come from all directions. The sounds can be really heard from all the directions — the front, the above, the sides, or from the behind through the 3D AudioTech of the PS5 console. Apart from sounds, you can even feel the sensations of the woman tensioning her bowstring through DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers. Watch the official trailer from PlayStation on YouTube.
According to Mary Je, the Vice President of Global Marketing at Sony Interactive Entertainment, the company is quite excited about the new features and to bring them to the players using PS5 console. She said, “We are quite excited about these features and we can’t wait for you all to get more immersed in the world of games with the PS5 console and DualSense wireless controller in your own hands.”
All the partners of Sony Interactive Entertainment in the development community continuously work to create the next generation of games. These interactive features are also a result of the hard work of the development team.
To read more on the features and the tech involved, visit the PlayStation Blog and read directly from the creators.