A Plague Tale: Innocence on PS5 will support the DualSense controller

A Plague Tale: Innocence on PS5 will support the DualSense controller

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A Plague Tale: Innocence on PS5 will support the features of the DualSense controller, specifically adaptive triggers and haptic feedback synchronized with three-dimensional audio: Julie Carneiro, Focus Home Interactive's PR Strategist, told GameSpot microphones. >
Available on both PS5 and Xbox Series X | S with a free upgrade from 6 July, A Plague Tale: Innocence will leverage next-generation console hardware to bring graphics to 4K and 60fps, with even more uploads fast thanks to NVMe SSDs.

"We can certainly tell you that A Plague Tale: Innocence for PS5 will boast faster loads, improvements to the audio sector, support for DualSense features (including haptic feedback synchronized with audio 3D and adaptive triggers) and cross-progression ", declared Carneiro.

Elements that will undoubtedly make Amicia and Hugo's dramatic adventure even more engaging and thrilling, while accompanying emo the two young characters among the dangers of medieval Europe, fleeing the Holy Inquisition.

The game will also land on Nintendo Switch with a Cloud version. Speaking of which, Focus Home's PR said the graphics will run at 30fps and the resolution in docked mode will be 1080p if you have a good internet connection.

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A Plague Tale: Innocence Will Support the DualSense’s Haptic Feedback on PS5

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Hot on the heels of announcing A Plague Tale: Requiem, publisher Focus Home Interactive and developer Asobo Studio also confirmed that its excellent predecessor, A Plague Tale: Innocence, would also be getting an enhanced re-release for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, with free next-gen upgrades being offered to those who already own the game. We already know that the game is going to boast 4K resolution and 60 FPS performance on the newer consoles, but specifically in terms of the PS5, how is it going to leverage its unique features?

Speaking to GameSpot, Focus Home Interactive PR strategist Julie Carneiro confirmed that the game will indeed be doing that, such as with support for the DualSense’s haptic feedback. “We can say that [A Plague Tale: Innocence] will feature faster load times, audio enhancement, DualSense features (i.e. haptic rumble sync with 3D sound and adaptive triggers), and cross progression,” Carneiro said.

A Plague Tale: Innocence is launching for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch (via the cloud) on July 6. You can read our review of the original release through here.

Its sequel, A Plague Tale: Requiem, is launching some time in 2022 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC, and Nintendo Switch (again, as a cloud-exclusive release). It will also be available via Xbox Game Pass at launch.