As the launch for PlayStation 5 approaches fast, the gaming world is well-aware of several exciting titles that will be running on Sony’s upcoming next-generation console. We can see Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Sniper Elite 5, FIFA 21, NBA 2K21, an enhanced version for GTA V, The Elder Scrolls VI, Resident Evil Village, Gran Turismo 7, Starfield, and many other games on the list.
Packed with much more advanced hardware than the previous PlayStation 4, the new console will get rid of the annoying in-game loading times forever, and it will provide better graphics performance for games (up to 4K). However, the good news is not over for those willing to get their hands on Sony’s upcoming console after it arrives in stores around Christmas.
Beware of the DualSense controller and 3D audio protocols
Both the controller and the 3D audio protocols for PS5 are capable of exciting tech magic that the predecessor consoles weren’t capable of. Kenji Kimura came with some exciting statements:
“You need to experience it directly because this is very difficult to explain both verbally and in text,”
“But the DualSense Haptics and adaptive triggers felt so good that it made us, the developers, say ‘woah!’ because they allowed for us to feel and experience the various actions and attacks like never before.”
As for 3D audio, this is a protocol that customizes three-dimensional soundscapes that are based on the shape of the player’s ear. Kimura also says that 3D audio is also difficult to explain if you didn’t personally experience it. He details that the player will be able to feel like he’s actually in the games, feeling the objects and beings that are present while experiencing the 3D audio.
Hopefully, everything will go as planned in Japan, and Sony will release PS5 by the time scheduled. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic starts to affect the Asian country significantly more than before, but let’s hope that the local authorities will be able to handle it.