Diablo 2: Resurrected is setting itself up to be more than just a simple remaster, with remake specialists Vicarious Visions at the helm and promising a huge range of improvements. But with the PS5 version specifically, we could be looking at full DualSense controller support, with the studio confirming that it's keen to incorporate haptic feedback.
During a media roundtable for the upcoming title, the developer said: "We’re still working on how we want to use [the DualSense], but the haptic feedback on the controller is a really exciting thing, and so we want to make sure that we take advantage of that."
In theory, haptic feedback could be a great fit for Diablo 2: Resurrected. Being an action RPG, it's not hard to imagine all of the different vibrations that you could feel as you unleash all kinds of spells and abilities. It could certainly bring an additional, meaningful level of feedback to the experience.
Resurrected is set to launch at some point later this year, but we don't have a defined release window just yet. Are you looking forward to thwarting the armies of hell? Bring the slaughter to the comments section below.