Chorus is the Space Present shooter developed by Fishlabs released in December 2021. Since kid launch, the game has already received several updates but recently offered a fairly substantial new patch bringing a great deal of new features.
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Update 1.6 is available
Among the things the most interesting of this update, we notice the arrival of a ray tracing mode on Xbox Collection X and PS5. In this setting, the game is restricted FPS and runs in dynamic 4K with ray tracing. Note, however, that an Xbox Collection T is not mentioned sober.
On PS5, it is now possible to take advantage of adaptive triggers on a DualSense controller, while Computer players will be delighted to learn that Chorus now supports the HOTAS and a low-Nvidia DLAA remedy.
Several balancing fixes are also low-key, particularly in terms of damage taken during collisions and in the first boss fight. Japanese has been added to the list of supported languages and various bugs have been fixed. You can find the complete patch note directly here.
Remember that Chorus is playable on Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC and that a playable demo is also available on the Microsoft Store.