During the initial PS5 tech showcase, system architect Mark Cerny revealed the console would include a feature that allowed players to instantly access certain parts of a game. WRC 9 director Alan Jarnious may have just let the cat out of the bag on how this feature works and what it’s called. According to Alan, the feature dubbed “PlayStation 5 Activities” allows players to instantly load into any part of a game and even directly into race.
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In an interview with GameReactor, Alan shared how the PlayStation Activities feature works.
Mark Cerny confirmed this during his initial announcement. He touched on multiplayer games specifically saying;
Of course, the PlayStation 5 Activities feature will go hand-in-hand with the console’s SSD and UI. Together, players can explore what a game has to offer directly from the home screen and launch instantly into a race or mode without having to directly boot up the game itself. While we have known about this PS5 feature for a while now, it is nice to see a developer describe how their game will make use of it.
Sony has yet to showcase this in action. Hopefully, we will see it soon at the rumoured 6 August PS5 event next week.
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