Rollerdrome Trailer Highlights PS5 Version’s 3D Audio and DualSense Features

Roll7's stylistic rollerskating third person shooter briefly details how it will implement PS5 features like haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.

Posted By | On 19th, Jul. 2022

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OlliOlli World developer Roll7 announced its new game Rollerdrome over a month ago, and since then, the rollerskating third person shooter has turned quite a few heads. Its striking visual aesthetic and its smooth and kinetic movement and combat seem to be shaping up well, and ahead of the game’s launch next month, publisher Private Division has shared some more new details on it.

Specifically, a new trailer briefly touches on some of the features Rollerdrome will have on the PS5 to support the console’s unique features. This includes implementation of the DualSense’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, as well as 3D audio support. Check out the trailer below for more details on how you can expect these features to be implemented.

Rollerdrome will release for PS5, PS4, and PC on August 16. It will retail for $29.99, though Steam members and PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to purchase it for $19.79 in its first two weeks after launch.


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