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The PS5 version is shown in the detailed game video

The PS5 version is shown in the detailed game video

This week, the legendary story adventure “A Black Tale: Innocence” finds its way into the technologically upgraded version of the PlayStation 5. A detailed game video shows what is presented as a map.

Anyone who wants to catch up on “A Black Tale: Innocence” or want to re-experience the adventure of Amecia and Hugo in a more technologically advanced version will have the opportunity to do so on PlayStation 5 this week.

The PlayStation 5 release “A Black Tale: Innocence” will take place tomorrow, July 6, 2021. PlayStation Plus subscribers can download and play the first story adventure from tomorrow at no extra cost. Since our gaming friends from New Zealand are just hours ahead of us, we’ve already got a detailed game video from the PS5 version, which is shown from “A Black Tale: Innocence” for the first 20 minutes or more.

4K, dualSense support and more

In terms of story and content provided, the PlayStation 5 offers the same fees as known from other sites. The story of “A Black Tale: Innocence” revolves around Amecia de Rune and her younger brother Hugo, who are hunted down across the country by an investigation led by Lord Nicholas.

In the case: A Blake Tale Innocence: PS5-Edition Mid DualSense-Features

On the PlayStation 5, “A Black Tale: Innocence” is shown in native 4K resolution, at 60 frames per second, and according to official information, it also makes extensive use of the DualSense controller’s unique features.

As Asobo Studios says, both the adaptive triggers and the dualSense controller’s haptic feedback should make sure you are more deeply inspired in the game.

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