Immortals Fenyx Rising: What’s in store on PS5

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Immortals Fenyx Rising: What’s in store on PS5

Experience Fenyx’s mythological adventure with lightning-fast loads and DualSense feedback.

Immortals Fenyx Rising’s wild romp through Greek mythology is almost here. When the game launches on December 3 on PS4 and PS5, you’ll be able to freely explore the Golden Isle as Fenyx, a demigod destined to battle mythological monsters and solve massive environmental puzzles on a quest to save the Greek gods from the clutches of the monstrous Typhon. A lighthearted adventure that unfolds as a story told by Prometheus to Zeus – both of whom act as the game’s narrators – Immortals Fenyx Rising offers up a vast open world filled with secrets and dangers, including towering enemies, otherworldly vaults, and ample opportunities to smack monsters around with fast aerial combat.

Players who begin Immortals Fenyx Rising on PS4 will be able to upgrade to the PS5 version later at no extra cost, and take advantage of new features made possible by the new hardware, including:

Next-Gen Immersion

Playable at resolutions up to 4K, Immortals Fenyx Rising includes options to let players prioritize performance – ensuring smooth action at up to 60 frames per second – or quality, displaying the Golden Isle and its towering inhabitants in maximum detail. For maximum immersion, Immortals Fenyx Rising also supports Tempest 3D Audiotech, offering 3D sound through compatible headsets.

Ultra-Fast SSD Loading

Immortals Fenyx Rising takes full advantage of the PS5’s built-in SSD, removing bottlenecks to enable blazing-fast load times and get players into the action as quickly as possible. 

Get a Feel for the Golden Isle

Fenyx’s adventure takes advantage of the DualSense controller’s haptic capabilities, letting players feel the resistance of a taut bowstring, the impact of a charging minotaur, and the weight of lifted items. You’ll even be able to feel each grab as you climb a wall, with increasing feedback as your stamina slowly drains.

You’ll be able to experience it all for yourself when Immortals Fenyx Rising launches on December 3. And Fenyx’s quest through the Golden Isle is only the beginning of what’s in store, so stay tuned for more updates on Immortals Fenyx Rising and its DLC in the coming months. 

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  • The reviews to Immortal Fenyx Rising are painting it as a mediocre Breath of the Wild clone. That’s not necessarily bad, being inspired by a greater game. But was it necessary for a single-player game aimed at teens to have microtransactions in the form of credits? Of course not. This kind of predatory approach should be frowned up and discouraged. Ubisoft can’t help themselves. Whether it’s recent entries in the Far Cry series or this one, Ubisoft has no shame in exploitative DLC and microtransactions. Make quality games and quality DLC and enjoy your profits. The best way to voice your opinion against these kind of harmful practices is by avoiding titles that perpetuate them like Immortal Fenyx Rising. Whether it’s God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, Spider-Man, Spider-Man Miles Morales, or the finally about to be released Cyberpunk 2077, many games without microtransactions sell extremely well on Playstation. Good games don’t need microtransactions to make a profit.

    • it wasn’t meant for teens. i get so tired of any cell/pastel shaded game being consider a kid game. This is mor akin to any generic open world adventure game and has a Black & White feel.

  • Really enjoying the game so far, though I ran into this weird audio glitch where Zeus and Prometheus’ audio went silent, yet the audio from Fenyx and other characters were fine. Reloading my save from the Main Menu fixed it, but, sadly, I had to go through an entire Tartarus rift not being able to hear the narration, since I couldn’t save and reload in the dungeon. :(

  • Just started playing and I’m really enjoying it. Definitely a hidden gem!!

  • “up to 60fps”

    I need to know if their performance mode is actually steady 60fps, because if it’s bad performance mode, like 45fps average or something it’ll be yuck.

    • It’s a very solid 60fps. I noticed screen tearing in one spot when panning the camera down from the sky to the ground but other than that it is a beautiful, smooth experience.

  • I get paid more than $120 to $130 per hour for working online. I heard about this job 3 months ago and after joining this i have earned easily $15k from this without having online working skills. This is what I do…𝐖𝐰𝐰.𝐆𝐨𝐂𝐚𝐬𝐡𝟗.𝐜𝐨𝐦

  • I get paid more than $120 to $130 per hour for working online. I heard about this job 3 months ago and after joining this i have earned easily $15k from this without having onlinec working skillspo. This is what I do…𝐖𝐰𝐰.𝐆𝐨𝐂𝐚𝐬𝐡𝟗.𝐜𝐨𝐦

  • Does anyone have any idea if there is going to be any ps5’s before x-mas?

    • Probably not. This was by far the worst gaming system release in history. A couple of my friends were so mad they just purchased a Gucci PC system. I’ve been a big PlayStation fan since I was a kid and this is upsetting. Might just keep the 4 and go with a PC.

  • Upgrade to PlayStation 5 Version: Immortals Fenyx Rising PlayStation 4 game on Blu-Ray Disc must be kept inserted in a PlayStation 5 console to play the corresponding Immortals Fenyx Rising PlayStation 5 digital version at no additional cost, when available.

    Requires a PlayStation 5, the game Blu-Ray Disc, a PlayStation Network registration, additional storage & Broadband internet connection. May incur bandwidth usage fees.

  • This is what we get for graphics on something that costs almost 600 bucks. Think I will wait for now

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