Ghostwire: Tokyo is confirmed to support Ray Tracing with 4k on PlayStation 5 on launch by the official PlayStation Store.
It will also support 3D Audio and many of the other features on PlayStation 5. Sony has stated these features on the PlayStation 5 feature tab
- Stunning visuals: With ray tracing and HDR*, the power and speed of the PlayStation 5 console allow you to explore Tango Gameworks’ unique vision of Tokyo twisted by a supernatural presence.
- Fast loading: Get into the action with near-instant load times and traverse the haunted streets of Tokyo without load times, thanks to the PlayStation 5 console’s ultra-high-speed SSD.
- Adaptive triggers: Whether fighting with conventional weapons or supernatural powers, adaptive triggers drive you directly into the action.
- Haptic feedback: Feel the power of your paranormal abilities with unique haptic feedback for every ability and character action in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
- Tempest 3D AudioTech on compatible headphones: An ominous giggle behind you. A distant dog’s bark. The PS5 console’s 3D audio will immerse you in the eerie streets of this unique take on Tokyo.
All of these features just sound incredible. I wish that they specified if the game would support 60 FPS as well, it probably will without 4k or ray tracing, but again a confirmation would have been nice.
Fast Loading is a feature nearly all PlayStation 5 games support, so it is not really surprising but still an amazing thing to see.
Adaptive Triggers and Haptic Feedback are my favourite things about PlayStation 5. It just somehow makes the game feel way more alive. Developers were not lying when they said that DualSense Controller’s Haptic feedback will let you feel the in-game Weather and more stuff that is in-game.
I cannot really comment on 3D Audio yet because I haven’t tried it yet.
Ghostwire: Tokyo from Tango Gameworks and Shinji Mikami is scheduled to come out on PlayStation 5 later this year. The game itself looks incredible, judging from the gameplay; it just looks pure fun. I cannot wait to see more things related to Ghostwire: Tokyo. Hopefully, it is present at Bethesda and Xbox’s E3 presentation, but I doubt it because this game is not releasing on Xbox at launch. I think we will see it at some sort of State of Play event in the future.
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