PS5's catalogue of upcoming indie games was of primary focus during the recent PlayStation State of Play. But one particular game that has caught many eyes is Kena: Bridge of Spirits.
In Ember Labs's title, various gameplay features will be incorporated as a means to encourage the player's immersion.
Kena: Bridge Of Spirits Uses PS5's Adaptive Triggers For Maximum Immersion
The PS5 controller's adaptive triggers were highlighted in Sony's new video. Showcasing how the triggers are used in a range of games from Warframe to Spiderman Miles Morales, Kena: Bridge of Spirits was also one of the titles featured.
The upcoming fantasy adventure will make use of this DualSense feature. Triggers will comply with various resistance levels in-game and are designed to simulate the feel of interacting with heavy and light attacks. Players will also feel the impact of in-game actions through these parts. This is in addition to simulating the tension felt when drawing Kena's bow.
The adaptive triggers continue to remain one of the most impressive aspects of the DualSense, a feature that has also been appreciated by Xbox Chief Phil Spencer.