Ubisoft has shared the details of the free Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege update for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, which will be rolling out to all game owners on the current console generation. In addition to multiple graphics modes, allowing you to choose between fair 4K @ 60fps and dynamic 4K @ 120fps, players will be able to quickly select multiplayer modes through a menu of so-called activity cards.

In addition, the developers promise full support for the DuealSense controller for the new Sony console for a deeper immersion.

“The adaptive triggers on the DualSense controller resist being pulled like real triggers, and each weapon or device delivers a different tactile sensation when the R2 trigger is pulled,” says SIE Senior Content and Communications Officer Tim Tury.

“From weak resistance when firing a pistol to stronger when firing a light machine gun. Even the fact that the difference between a single shot and a burst can be understood not only by the sound and the image on the screen will contribute to your immersion in the game. “

The update will be available on December 1st.

Cyberpunk 2077 developers show how the game will look on the PlayStation 5

CD Projekt RED unexpectedly showed seven more minutes of Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay. This time the developers decided to demonstrate how the game looks on the PlayStation platform. In the video, you can see the performance and graphics in the PS4 version as well as in the PlayStation 5 version, which works through backward compatibility technology.

Curiously, the authors have chosen for the demonstration many frames from the prologue for “Nomad”, which was recently shown by an unlucky thief. As a reminder, he somehow got a disc with Cyberpunk 2077, started a stream and successfully broadcast the game for 20 minutes. Only then did CDPR ask Twitch to close the broadcast.

As you can see, the game performs well on PS4 Pro and handles the load, even when Night City is flooded with rain.

Cyberpunk 2077 will be released on December 10 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Owners of new consoles will be able to launch the game using backward compatibility.