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First PS5 advert unveiled by Sony, showcases “world of immersion”

A PlayStation 5 advert has been released by Sony, showcasing the capabilities of the 3D audio, haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.
A PlayStation 5 advert has been released by Sony, showcasing the capabilities of the 3D audio, haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.

While Sony still hasn’t offered a price point or release date for the PlayStation 5, they’ve now debuted the first global advert for the console. 

After being initially leaked via the PlayStation Hungary YouTube channel, Sony has officially released a global advert designed to showcase the console’s features.

The trailer itself centres around PS5’s adaptive triggers and 3D audio, before a voiceover remarks: “Welcome to a new world of immersion”.

 

No games are shown in the advert either, opting instead for CGI whizzbangs similar to the Unreal Engine 5 demo showcased back in May. 

In a post on the PlayStation blog, multiple developers also explained how the DualSense controller’s features will benefit their upcoming games, including Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Deathloop.

Describing how it’ll be used in Spider-Man, it reads: “We’ll be hinting to players which direction attacks are coming from by providing haptic feedback from the appropriate direction on the DualSense wireless controller.”

While the trailer doesn’t offer anything new, it’s a sign Sony are perhaps ready to give a big marketing push to the console - indicating further announcements could be on the near horizon. 

PlayStation 5 console
PS5 console advert (Picture: Sony) 

The last PlayStation presentation took place earlier this month, although that only focused on PS5 third-party titles and had no details on the console itself. 

Microsoft recently confirmed their competitor Xbox Series X will be releasing in November, so it’s expected Sony’s PlayStation 5 will similarly launch in the same month.