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For those wondering just what sort of experiences can only exist on PlayStation 5 versus the PS4 -- enter Insomniac's Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. Which not only pushes the visual side of the franchise in a way that gives it the look and feel of a high-production value animated film, but also in how the super-fast storage is put to work.

Thanks in part to all of the dimensional rifts opening up. A snippet.
With loading-screens all-but eliminated, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart takes that very concept -- near-instant access to data -- puts on a sweet pair of hoverboots and runs hovers with it. And with dimensional portals opening and closing throughout Rift Apart’s many locales, the general idea is you can instantly travel between highly-detailed worlds.

In the time it takes to grapple through a space-time rift you can go from a detailed futuristic neon-lit city to warm sunset-infused grasslands full of prehistoric creatures. Like the portals from Portal, except each side features its own massive playspace.

There’s no doubt that thanks to this mechanic alone, playing Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart feels new and exciting. A feast for the senses in every sense of that term. The sort of experience that would have no choice but to go through a series of compromises to simply run on PlayStation 4 hardware.

Head Here For Our Full Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Review

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