Capcom Director Talks Resident Evil Village PS5 Immersion


Resident Evil Village director Morimasa Sato has mentioned that the PlayStation 5’s know-how makes room to create a better sense of immersion, particularly in horror video games.

Talking to the PlayStation Official Journal (by way of Wccftech), Sato mentioned that the PS5’s SSD will enable gamers to seamlessly navigate Resident Evil Village’s map, and the 3D audio tech will add one other layer of immersion to the surroundings. Moreover, the DualSense‘s adaptive triggers will make fight extra lifelike.

I really feel like the chances of what I can categorical in a sport have been expanded. Immersion is a very powerful facet of a horror sport, and I believe that the PS5’s know-how contributes massively to creating an improved sense of immersion. Utilizing the fast-loading SSD, we’ve been in a position to let gamers discover the village surroundings seamlessly whereas experiencing 3D audio that offers a way of a multilayered surroundings. Throughout fight scenes, they’ll really feel the responsiveness of their weapons by way of the adaptive triggers.

Sato added that the PS5 is “an incredible match” for horror video games as a result of it’ll assist instill worry.

I used to be 13 after I performed the unique Resident Evil, and it was so scary that not solely did I’ve to cease taking part in, however I needed to flip the field round in order that I wouldn’t see the large scary eyeball on the duvet. I would like right now’s gamers to expertise the worry I felt again then utilizing all of the advances in know-how which have occurred because the first sport was launched and having developed Resident Evil Village with that aim in thoughts, I can safely say that the PS5 {hardware} is an incredible match for horror video games.

Resident Evil Village will launch on Could seventh.

[Supply: PlayStation Official Journal by way of Wccftech]

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