Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition Is the first PC game to fully support the game PS5 The DualSense board comes with a new patch that provides haptic feedback and adaptive triggering for games.
Developer 4A and publisher Deep Silver added a new update on Friday afternoon, adding support for DualSense controllers if you are playing games in wired mode. Given that the PS5 version of Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition will be released on June 18th, this is the first time you can use triggers in any version of the game.
Twitter user @mrdomino_ The video posted to the social media site showcased the new features in action, demonstrating the resistance that triggers can provide when firing weapons. Take a look at the operation below.
After today’s patch, Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition becomes the first PC game to officially support haptic feedback and adaptive triggering (video source is reddit) pic.twitter.com/CC3bUiKjwl
-Downey (@mrdomino_) May 21, 2021
As early as November 2020, Steam added support for the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller, but many of its signature features are not compatible with the service at startup.
It’s great to see developers on the PC start to add support for these features. Since its launch, DualSense has been receiving reviews from the media and those who are lucky enough to receive good reviews from the PS5. It is one of the iconic features of the new Sony system.
Hope this is the beginning of a broad trend for developers to introduce DualSense support to the PC platform.
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