Returnal, on the other hand, will be able to run at 60 frames per second at 4K with ray tracing allowed. The information about the upcoming PlayStation 5-exclusive Returnal was revealed during PlayStation Portugal’s MODO PlayStation presentation, which was spotted by Twitter user Heisenreborn.
Returnal makes extensive use of the PS5’s unique features. Although the hardware is used to ensure smooth frame rates with ray tracing and 4K, the DualSense controller’s features are also used.
Returnal will use the DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers for its general gameplay, according to a gameplay trailer released in January. Returnal will use L2 to switch to a weapon’s alt-firing mode, whereas most shooters will use it to aim down sights. This is accomplished by giving the adaptive triggers a two-step push, allowing players to gently press the trigger for target down sights while fully pressing the trigger switches the weapon to alt-fire mode.
Returnal was released in India in February, and pre-orders were available via online retailers such as Games the Shop, Amazon India, and Mcube Games. It is available in all stores for Rs. 4,999. The digital version is also available for pre-order on PlayStation Store for the same price.
Returnal is a third-person roguelike game developed by Housemarque, a studio known for arcade-style bullet hell games like Resogun and Matterfall. Any death resets the environment and the player’s progress. Selene, the protagonist, is well aware of the strange loop she’s caught in and must find out how to break free.
Returnal is a fast-paced third-person shooter that borrows heavily from the studio’s previous works thanks to the bullet hell-styled patterns that enemies use in their attacks.
Returnal will be out on April 30.