Now, thanks to the Dirt 5 manufacturer, we know more about the features of DualSense Program manager.
In the new trailer below, the studio’s technical director David Springate explained some of the next-generation key features of the upcoming racing game and how the team catered to the development of PlayStation 5 technology in certain areas. In particular, he revealed some interesting new information about the DualSense controller.
According to Springate, Dirt 5 is ready to make full use of the new DualSense
Springate said: “There are very few things that surprise you in the controller world.” “That’s why we didn’t do this before?” It’s incredible.”
According to Springate, it mainly depends on how the vibration works through tactile feedback, making the pad feel so unique and breakthrough. He explained: “There was not enough expression in the rumble before.” “You only need to adjust the frequency of turning them on and off. With adaptive triggers, you can provide not only “on” or “off”, but also Waveform to illustrate the required softness or the required amplitude. [triggers] Push out or pull out.
“It means you can feel the world, how we want you to feel it, […] This means that Dirt 5 is just like other racing games-frankly, it’s like I have never played it before.
The video also demonstrates how the game’s 120hz feature affects gameplay, which is interesting from a developer’s technical point of view. Springate explained the higher refresh rate, which allows more pixels to be displayed on the screen, which means that the entire experience looks smoother and real.
In addition, Springate also introduced how the game uses 3D audio, and pointed out how players can plug in regular headphones and display 7.1 surround sound in the 3D space around you. You an choose the car stereo, speakers set up throughout the course, etc.
“Dust 5” will be released on November 6, but if you purchase the Amplified Edition, you can use the game as soon as possible on current consoles. If you buy Dirt 5 on PS4 or Xbox One, you will be upgraded to the next version for free due to the Smart Delivery technology provided by Microsoft for Xbox Series X and the free upgrade on PlayStation 5.