Focus Home has confirmed that the PS5 version of A Plague Tale: Innocence, due out in days, will support haptic feedback on PS5
A few days after the announcement of the sequel to the adventures of Amicia and Hugo de Rune, we learned of the arrival also on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S of the improved version of A Plague Tale: Innocence. Players who own the old gen version title will also be able to perform the upgrade at no additional cost. Among the confirmed improvements we find the presence of 4K resolution and the support for 60 frames per second, but there are also some exclusive features directed at Sony hardware, such as haptic feedback.
A Plague Tale: Innocence – Haptic feedback on PS5 confirmed
To confirm the support to the haptic vibration guaranteed by DualSense, the Julie Carneiro, PR di Focus Home Interactive, all during an interview with the microphone of GameSpot:
“I can confirm how the game will benefit from faster loading, improved audio, support for DualSense (support for haptic feedback synchronized with 3D audio and adaptive triggers), as well as the ability to import progress from older versions.”
The improved version of the title made by Asobo Studio will be officially available on July 6th, in versions PS5 e Xbox Series X/S, in addition to the specific release for Nintendo Switch. It is also rumored that the version for the new hardware Sony will be distributed free of charge within Playstation plus, but we still have no official confirmation on this.
As for the sequel, A Plague Tale: Requiem, we already know that the launch is expected for next year, per console next gen, PC e Nintendo Switch, and that as far as Microsoft machines are concerned, it will be included from day one within Xbox Game Pass.
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