Spaceship action chorus gets ray tracing and more

Spaceship action chorus gets ray tracing and more

Deep Silver Publishing and Deep Silver Fishlabs Developer Studio reported on the release of Update 1.6 for their open world spaceship action Chorus. A separate trailer was dedicated to the patch.

Image source: Deep Silver

Image source: Deep Silver

The main feature of version 1.6 is the additional support for ray tracing on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X. We’re only talking about reflections – thanks to ray tracing they have become more natural and realistic.

Additionally, Chorus gained support for NVIDIA DLAA anti-aliasing technology (PC), HOTAS controllers (also PC) and DualSense adaptive controller triggers (PS5) with the update.

Finally, the patch makes some balance adjustments, adds a Japanese localization, and fixes a number of visual and gameplay bugs. The full list of changes is available in the support section at Koch Media website.

Chorus debuted on December 3, 2021 on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S. Embracer Group’s February financial report revealed that the game didn’t live up to expectations.


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