Having played a pre-release build on PC and the finished game on PS5, we’d recommend the latter if you have the choice. Unless your monitor’s larger than your TV, Jett’s sense of scale means it feels more at home on the big screen, particular­ly in the moments when the camera zooms out all the way and you’re little more than a speck. As with Deathloop, though, it’s the game’s use of the DualSense controller that makes the biggest difference: the grainy sand when you venture into Tor feels distinct from the crunchy snow on the unfortunat­ely named Khovd. There’s a gentle arpeggiate­d rumble when you glide over a fissure and collect vapour; squeeze the trigger to surge, meanwhile, and it’ll shudder violently when your scramjets are about to overload.

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