Sony Interactive has recently announced the arrival of Exo One , the sci-fi title thanks to which we can literally feel the current while flying with gravity thanks to the haptic feedback of the DualSense controllers.
The game, expected on PS4 and PS5 consoles (try to make it yours on Amazon, with a little luck), will see the light next summer, after appearing on Xbox consoles and PC (via Steam and Epic).
Via PlayStation Blog , game creator Jay Weston of Exbleative has explained quite clearly what we can expect from the game in question.
«Exo One started five years ago with the relatively simple idea of using gravity as a motion mechanic and has gradually become something strange and special, drawing inspiration from my love for cinema and science fiction games that touched me emotionally “, explained Weston.
«I’m super excited to see how it finds a new audience and reaches new technical peaks with this PS5 port », added the author.
In Exo One we will ride the thermal currents up to the cloud formations, dashing down the hills and mountain peaks, floating all the time towards the bright blue ray on the horizon .
But not only that: PS5 gamers with TVs or monitors with high refresh rates will have the opportunity to experience the game in the most fluid and responsive way, thanks to the support for 120fps.
The programmers have also managed to add some extra f unions to the DualSense wireless controller , with haptic feedback that mirrors the terrain and climate of each planet, creating a more immersive experience.
Below, the announcement trailer for the PlayStation version of the game.
Weston then stated: «I conceived this game as a kind of meditative focus on the crossing. There is no timer that measures your progress, monsters or enemies to fight. It’s about the atmosphere and the union between speed and calm, like a fluid roller coaster . “
Staying on the subject of news, PlayStation will continue with the policy of acquiring new development studios, so much so that soon we will see some good ones .
Finally, confirmations continue to arrive on the possible arrival of exclusive demos on PlayStation Plus Premium: read the latest news about it.