PS5 Gameplay
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New PS5 gameplay footage has been shown to the public. This time, it was by people other than Sony employees. The image of what it will be like to use the next-gen console is becoming more clear. Gaming news outlets in Japan like Dengeki Online, Famitsu, AV Watch, and 4gamer have performed hands-on reviews with the Sony PS5. Natsuki Hanae also has. These demos have shed some light on the gameplay and system hardware.

The PS5 is huge. You wont be stuffing this thing into a tight entertainment center cabinet, for sure. It is silent, though. That means you won’t have to worry about a loud fan distracting you from your PS5 gameplay experience. Looking at you PS3 and PS4. According to 4gamer, the DualSense controller that comes with the PS5 has adaptive triggers and haptic feedback that add ‘tactile sensation and weight.’ Another thing, the buttons aren’t nearly as loud when you press them as compared to the PS4’s DualShock 4.

The PS5 gameplay demos barely extended past the bundled ‘Astro’s Playroom.’ Godfall was a good showcase for the new system, though. The games load times showed much improvement and really demo the PS5’s powerful hardware. It’s much less inconvenient to have to restart a game segment, now. AV Watch said that you were ‘instantly back in the action.’

PS5 gameplay was revealed, but the UI is still a mystery

This is very exciting news for PlayStation fans. These people have been waiting for quite a while to see the next-gen PlayStation console in action. In fact, this is the first time that a lot of people who have already paid for their PS5 pre-order are seeing what their money is worth.

Not a single one of these testers got to show the PS5’s interface though. The Japanese electronics giant promises a ‘whole new visual language’ has been implemented for the console’s UI. That all-new look, however, still remains a mystery. This is only about a month before the PS5’s release on November 12th. We think Sony will offer a more comprehensive sneak-peek between now and new.

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