It’s no secret that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a large step up over the primary sport in each method. That extends to the Drive powers, with the addition of Drive Sluggish and Drive Confusion. On PS5, it’s going to leverage the DualSense to provide you that feeling of being one with the Drive.
Chatting with PlayStation Weblog, director Stig Asmussen stated, “With the PS5, we’re actually digging the haptics and what the controller is bringing, and it’s been numerous enjoyable to see how that works with push and pull [Force powers]. And a [DualSense] controller, it feels actually good, and we’re making the most of that. You’re going to really feel it on the triggers while you’re doing push and pull.
“In the event you actually [push] on the triggers, it’s going to provide a distinct response. In comparison with if you happen to’re frivolously feathering them, and the sport goes to react to that. It’s the nuance inside the vibrations on the controller which is fairly excellent. Our audio group and our fight group are actually dialed into how the issues which are taking place on the planet, the consequences, and every little thing which are like translating to the way it feels in your palms.”
Although Asmussen didn’t contact on how the DualSense would have an effect on Lightsaber fight, haptic suggestions ought to fluctuate based mostly on whether or not an opponent is obstructing or getting sliced. Time will inform, so keep tuned.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is out on April twenty eighth for PS5, Xbox Sequence X/S and PC. Along with DualSense, it additionally options sooner loading occasions because of the consoles’ SSDs. Asmussen additionally confirmed that current-gen exclusivity allowed for “a lot bigger maps” with “extra element, higher density, broader enemy/NPC selection, and general constancy.”
Gameplay-wise, followers can anticipate 5 Lightsaber Stances, new puzzle-centric Jedi Chambers, facet quests from numerous NPCs, and new abilities to grasp. You’ll be able to head right here for the most recent particulars and photographs, showcasing Rambler’s Attain, Drive Tears and extra.