The PS5’s First TV Spot – A New World Of Immersion Explored

The first live-action trailer for the forthcoming Playstation 5 has been released. While the trailer shows no gameplay footage, an official spot on the Playstation Blog explains that the trailer “showcases some of the immersive gameplay you will experience on the new PS5 console.”

According to Mary Yee, Vice President of Global Marketing at Sony, the new trailer demonstrates “the new console’s features come to life through a young woman’s eyes and her movements.”

The trailer flaunts the most key features from the next-gen console, including haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, and 3D audio. Detailing the mechanics of haptic feedback, Yee cites that “the sudden explosive reveal of the Kraken from the icy surface showcases the haptic feedback sensation you can feel from DualSense™ wireless controller.”

The trailer explores the console’s Tempest 3D AudioTech, describing how the sound will come “from all directions as the central character reacts to everything she hears – whether it’s coming from the front, the side, above, or from behind her”.


At the end of the trailer, as the woman draws back her bow, the blog describes “the tension of her bowstring” as “a sensation you’ll also feel, made possible through the DualSense wireless controller’s adaptive triggers.”

The PS5 is scheduled for release this Holiday 2020, alongside its main competitor, the Xbox Series X.

On August 6, Sony’s State Of Play focused on a range of third-party titles slated for the PS4, VR, and PS5. The all-digital event covered next-gen games, including Hitman 3, an Anniversary Edition of Braid, Bugsnax, Hood: Outlaws and Legends, Godfall, and Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series.

Earlier, PlayStation provided a detailed rundown for the PS4 peripherals and accessories compatible with the forthcoming PlayStation 5. Via the Playstation. Blog, they released a short FAQ to give the answers.

Most notably, PlayStation confirmed that the Dualshock 4 controller would work with PS5 games, they responded: “No, we believe that PS5 games should take advantage of the new capabilities and features we’re bringing to the platform, including the features of DualSense wireless controller.”

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