If you were worried third-party developers wouldn't commit extra resources towards taking advantage of the unique PlayStation 5 feature set, you can breathe a sigh of relief. The PlayStation Store listing for Resident Evil Village has been updated with new details, confirming the DualSense controller will be put to use alongside 3D audio support.
The game, which may also come to PlayStation 4, will run at 4K with ray-tracing and sport "almost no load times" thanks to the PS5 SSD. 3D audio "enhances the experience by making you feel the hair-raising sounds coming from every direction" while haptic feedback is said to simulate the firing of a real-life gun. That all sounds pretty good to us, making the wait for this 2021 title even tougher.