Nicolas Doucet, creative director of Japan Studio’s Team Asobi, revealed how long the first game that PS5 owners will try at launch on 12 and 19 November. p>
As revealed by Doucet, Astro’s Playroom will have a longevity ranging between 4 and 5 hours overall.
However, the title is designed as a great homage to PlayStation history and will be chock full of collectibles, and references to previous consoles, the collection of which will inevitably increase this value.
Interview with Nicolas Doucet on Astro’s Playroom
– 4 worlds: Cooling Resort, GPU Jungle, SSD Speedway and Memory Sky (machine translated)
– 4-5 hours of playtime
– filled with collectibles and PlayStation tributes
– time attack mode
– online rankinghttps: //t.co/ZJfZuOBZzm pic.twitter.com/vJhVdPRJPL
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Astro’s Playroom will be pre-installed on PS5 and will arrive included in the price of € 399 / € 499 on the day the console is released.
It will be much more than a simple tech demo, as revealed by Nicolas Doucet in an interview granted to Famitsu .
In addition, users who complete the game and get all the collectibles will receive a surprise that Doucet can’t talk about yet, but which is sure to leave fans breathless.
The title will be presented as a journey inside the PlayStation 5 and will include 4 worlds: Cooling Resort, GPU Jungle, SSD Speedway and Memory Sky (names translated from Japanese that may change to English and will have specific names in Italian).
After completing these levels, you will be able to continue playing with time attack mode and online leaderboards.
Sony has exhibited it several times to show the peculiar characteristics of its new console and in particular of the DualSense , and it is no coincidence that it has been among the games protagonists of the latest gameplay since Japan.
If you want to get ready to book PS5 for when it returns, keep an eye on the dedicated page on Amazon.