Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo releases next week, offering supernatural first person action for PS5 and PC players. New details have emerged courtesy of recent hands-on previews (check out ours here) but Bethesda has also released a new trailer focusing mainly on the PS5 DualSense’s features. Check it out below.
Along with the adaptive triggers providing a response for Ethereal Weaving and bow attacks, there’s haptic feedback based on different phenomenon. Cleansing a Torii Gate and executing Visitors will rumble the lower side of the controller while raindrops can be felt all over. The in-built speaker also has a use with KK communicating through it to the player.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is out on March 25th for PS5 and PC. It has a playtime of about 15 hours for the main story (30 to 40 hours with all side content included) and six graphical modes including Quality, Performance and High Frame-Rate options for both. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.