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Spacecombat game Chorus gets update with ray tracing for PC and consoles – Gaming – News

Spacecombat game Chorus has received an update that adds ray tracing to the game. This applies to both the PC version and the game on the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. The game now also supports hotas setups on the PC.

Update 1.6 adds ray tracing reflections for all materials, reports developer Fishlabs† The environment, NPCs and spaceships must therefore reflect light in a realistic way. Ray tracing is available on PC, Xbox Series X, and PlayStation 5. The game is also available for older consoles, but they don’t support ray tracing.

Furthermore, the update on the PlayStation 5 adds support for the adaptive triggers of the DualSense controller. With the PC version, Chorus players can now use hotas setups, either hands on throttle-and-stick.

Chronos appeared at the end of last year. Tweakers published a review of the Stadia version of the game. It is a space game in third person perspective, in which battles with all kinds of enemies are central.

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