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Abandoned: the PS5 app will allow you to experiment "how does the game feel “

After a few weeks of relative silence, Blue Box Game Studios has once again updated its official Twitter account with new details about Abandoned, the first person horror video game that they prepare for PS5 and PC. The title will be officially presented through an official application for Sony’s new generation machine, which according to the developer will allow you to take a look at the graphics, but also experience how the game feels at the DualSense controls.

“With Abandoned, we want to offer a new narrative gameplay. The way you explore, fight and progress has been done in a different and unique way, ”he says. “With the Real Time Experience, you will not only be able to see the high-quality graphics, but also experience how the game feels. ” In a subsequent tweet, the study has confirmed that what is shown through the app will use haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, as well as the speaker attached to the remote. Beyond this demo, the game will add these features in both gameplay and cut-scenes.

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The video will be uploaded to YouTube

Another aspect of the hardware that Abandoned will take advantage of will be the speed of your hard drive, which will allow travel from point A to point B instantaneously. “An ingame cinematic trailer makes sense” and is better than a regular video, according to Blue Box Game Studios. All this content will also be available on their YouTube channel, but they recommend PS5 users to download the application.

La pre-download of the application It can be done from July 29, while the interactive trailer will be available from August 10. It was planned to be earlier, but the studio needed more time to be able to offer a product that lived up to expectations.

Abandoned is due out in 2021 for PS5 and PC.

Fuente | Blue Box Game Studios (Twitter)

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