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60 frames per second, 4K, and haptic feedback are included in Need for Speed Unbound on the PS5

Aside from more standardized new-gen platform features like 60 frames per second and 4K resolution, Need for Speed Unbound PS5 features will also contain system-specific elements like haptic feedback on the DualSense controller. DualSense Adaptive Triggers are only one of the things that don’t seem to be on the list, so it’s unfortunate that the game doesn’t seem to be taking full advantage of all of the console’s advantages.

What features does Need for Speed Unbound for the PS5 have?
With a distinctive graffiti-inspired art style, Need for Speed Unbound will be offered in 4K resolution, 60 FPS, and 60 Hz simulation rate. There will also be more automobiles on the road and more pedestrians to avoid because of the console’s processing capabilities. Additionally, this enables a more detailed automobile handling model that is intended to provide gamers with “an intuitive driving experience.”
Players will be able to “hear the thunder of the engine ricochet back off the walls of the city’s tallest buildings” thanks to 3D audio, which promises to bring the world to life. A$AP Rocky and AWGE are among the musicians that will appear on the game’s soundtrack, but the music is expected to be overpowered by the sounds of the cars. In order to reach The Grand, Lakeshore’s ultimate street racing challenge, players will be able to feel every road surface, collision, and spin out thanks to the DualSense controller’s haptic feedback.

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