As such, it seems that the PlayStation 5 is capable of delivering an immersive experience much closer to what the developers of “Resident Evil Village” had in mind. While both of those features add a unique component to playing “Resident Evil Village,” Sato was most excited about PlayStation 5’s new Tempest Engine 3D audio capabilities. He said, “The effectiveness of the 3D audio in creating a convincing audio space has exceeded my expectations. In horror, creating the sense of a presence beyond the visual scene on screen is essential, so I think 3D audio will be indispensable in horror games from now on.”
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