New update brings ray tracing and DualSense support up and running • Eurogamer.de

With the update, Chorus receives some technical improvements, among other things.

Deep Silver Fishlabs has updated the space action game Chorus with some new technical features.

This includes the ability to use ray tracing on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X.

A new splendor in space

A new ray tracing mode has been added for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC players that adds ray tracing reflections on all materials, allowing environment, NPC, and ship decks to reflect light in a more natural and realistic way.

Furthermore, the PC version of Chorus now supports DLAA from Nvidia.

More immersion in PS5

Aside from the graphical improvements, Chorus also supports DualSense controller functions on PlayStation 5 with the new update.

That’s why one wants you “strength [eurer] Feel the weapons with adaptive triggers, thus ensuring a more immersive gaming experience.

The PC version also supports throttle attachments and attachments if you are equipped accordingly.

As for the other changes, you now have more time to destroy the seals in the First Temple. Shield damage from collisions has been reduced by half, and the first boss fight has also become a little easier.

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