Sony had the opportunity to introduce Hogwarts Legacy once again. Production in Magic World will use the capabilities of the PlayStation 5 console and DualSense will improve players’ experience. Sony introduced a new material from the long-awaited game.

Hogwarts Legacy is another production that, although it will debut on a total of five consoles and PCs, is being promoted by Sony. The Japanese took care of the marketing rights and a new trailer for the game appeared on the PlayStation channel again. The company focused on an important component for PS5 owners this time, as the developers emphasized the capabilities of the DualSense controller.

Avalanche Software reported on the Sony blog that PlayStation 5 allows us to immerse ourselves further into the world of Hogwarts Legacy, and the Japanese console platforms have been referred to as ‘stick accessories’.

“With so many spells at your disposal, adaptive triggers allow you to be more flexible in combat. You’ll feel magical resistance at your fingertips during each spell, whether you cast a basic spell or muster your strength for a stronger spell. Thanks to haptic vibration that provides a direct link between The DualSense controller and your wand, your spells will look special. We’ve specially isolated these effects on the right side of the board so that your DualSense becomes an extension of the wand you carry in the game. And when you cast a spell with Protego, you’ll feel the magic sizzle as the shield magic is reflected and absorbed.”

The developers also did not forget about the Tempest 3D AudioTech technology, thanks to which we will hear the effects of all spells, and even how to prepare potions in the cauldron. Certain sounds (such as the flapping of Hippogriff’s wings and spellcasting effects) will come from the DualSense controller itself. The authors also used the capabilities of an SSD (fast loading) drive, custom activity cards, and in-game aids for the PS5.

The Hogwarts Legacy was first appointed at the end of 2022.

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