In a report from Gamesradar it has been revealed that both The Last of Us Part 2 and God of War (2018) will be DualSense compatible when being played on the PlayStation 5.
The Last of Part Part 2 and God of War (2018) are playable on the PlayStation 5 via the PS4 backwards compatibility feature and as well as being DualSense compatible, they will also both benefit from an increased resolution and improved framerate.
However the fact that both of them will also benefit from the DualSense controller’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers is a nice bonus. According to the report, the DualSense comes to life with the drawing of a bow, which is more than enough reason to jump back in.
The DualSense controller will immerse you into the video gaming experience like never-before with what are essentially clever vibrations and tensions that add to your experience.
For example, the haptic feedback might allow you to feel the drift of a muddy bend in Dirt 5, the explosion of a grenade in Call of Duty or the crunch of broken glass in a stealth game.
The haptic feedback will also allow you to feel the tension of a bow and arrow as you pull the arrow back before shooting or the added weight of a shotgun.
Personally I cannot wait to experience how Kratos’ Leviathan Axe and his ‘censored for spoilers’ other weapon feel in God of War (2018).
However it’s not just The Last of Us Part 2 or God of War (2018) that will benefit from the next-gen features of the PlayStation 5, because there is a long list of enhanced games alone in the PS+ Collection.
The PlayStation 5 will release tomorrow (November 12) for North America, Australia and New Zealand and then everywhere else across the world on November 19th.
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