It’s the last straight line for lovers of Formula 1 who wait F1 22the racing game of Codemasters and EA Games will be released next week on computers and home consoles. The studios have already talked about the mode several times VRexclusive to PCs, but immersion will also be accentuated on PlayStation 5 thanks to the DualSense.
Steven Embling, senior game designer at the house of Codemastersindeed spoke on the blog playstation in order to detail the features specific to the controller of the latest console of sony, including haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. Here’s what to remember:
By using the haptic feedback of the PS5 DualSense controller, the sensations of collisions and surfaces have been greatly improved. This haptic feedback helps communicate bits of individual surface debris and thus creates a much more immersive experience when it comes to representing the car on a particular spot on the track. More particularly, this sensation can be localized on the left or on the right. A perfect example of this is when only the left wheels of the player’s car are pressed aggressively against the edge of the road, feedback only feels on the left side of the controller, adding to the realism.
- DualSense controller speaker :
By taking advantage of the speaker located on the PS5’s DualSense controller, players can hear their race engineer speaking to them during a session, giving them vital information and track data that will help guide them into the lead position. or on this famous podium. Hear HUD information through the controller’s speaker, leaving your main audio mix clean and free of distractions, such as a race should be heard.
For the PS5, adaptive triggers are used by directly relating the resistance of the trigger to the slip ratio of the tires. This means that when your car ‘steers’ under braking, the degree of resistance of the brake trigger also increases, allowing for a more immersive connection with the car. Similarly, if you coast, the resistance of the throttle trigger increases. A subtle difference between the default resistance of the throttle and brake triggers has also been implemented to simulate the pressure difference needed to activate the brake pedal versus that needed to activate the gas pedal in a real Formula 1 car. .
The release date of F1 22 is as a reminder set for July 1, 2022you can pre-order it at €79.99 on Amazon.
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