Combat Racer Crossout Crafts Native PS5 Port, Goes All-In on

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Combat racer Crossout – a hushed free-to-play hit on the PS Store – has crafted a native PlayStation 5 release, which goes hard and heavy on DualSense integration. In the trailer embedded above, developer Targem spends an enormous amount of time outlining how it’s using Sony’s new controller, promising that you’ll be able to “sense” the direction of collisions with your eyes closed.

The studio has added textures for different types of vehicles, weapons, and more. And, because it’s now running natively on the PS5, the graphics have been overhauled, running in 4K resolution at a smooth 60 frames-per-second. Plenty of promising improvements, then – presumably we’ll see similar enhancements from the new version of Apex Legends, which is surely due out imminently.

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