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Devil May Cry, Godfall, etc. are shown on PS5 hands-on video

Devil May Cry, Godfall, etc. are shown on PS5 hands-on video

The· PS5 Will not be released for more than a month, but Japanese YouTube creator Pocky Sweets is one of the lucky players already in possession and introduced a new gameplay video. Not only will you take a closer look at some of the system launch games, but you will also see how huge the console is actually.

The YouTube Gaming team is easy to see because the console is on the table because of the vertical placement of the video, but it’s not entirely clear if it will fit in the entertainment center where the TV is located. You may need to move some things to fit your system into your setup.While Xbox series X It’s also a big machine, not as tall as the PS5, and the sides are perfectly flat. This makes it a little easier to adapt to existing settings.

The first game to be shown in the video is Astro’s Playroom, which comes pre-installed on all PS5s. The 3D platformer is designed to showcase the unique features of the controller, and its structure is very similar to the Super Mario 64. The version you get is not a simple demo. In fact, it’s a complete game that takes hours to complete. The area is themed like the PS5 itself and contains one section with huge fans. PS5 is listening (or not listening) Surprisingly quiet,Also.

Pocky Sweets also had to try another launch game, Godfall, which was the first game explicitly announced for the PS5. The “Router Slasher” appears to run very impressively on the console, with particle effects flying each time each sword lands. Instead of just rushing into battle, you can throw a shield like Captain America to pull your enemies into an advantageous position.

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Another YouTuber, Third Person, tried Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition. I couldn’t see Vergil’s gameplay in this video, but it shows how smooth the action is on a more powerful system. On the PS5, the DualSense controller gives resistance through a trigger when Nero is spinning the Red Queen’s sword.The game is also a feature Boosted 120 FPS mode With PS5.

The controller needs a little tweaking for Japanese players if it is accurate to the product model. The X and round buttons have been swapped to match the worldwide version. It takes some time to get used to it, such as going back and forth between Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. At some point, these need to be integrated into all systems.

PlayStation 5 will be released two days later on November 12th Xbox series X And Xbox Series S.. All games listed here will be available at launch, and Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition will also be released on the Xbox Series X / S. Demon’s Souls, the PS5’s biggest launch monopoly, hasn’t been played by anyone but the developers yet.

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