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Metro Exodus is the first PC game to support DualSense's haptic feedback

Metro Exodus is the first PC game to support DualSense’s haptic feedback

From Sarah Petzold
Metro Exodus developers have given the enhanced version of PC shooter an update. The PC version now fully supports haptic feedback and adaptive operation buttons for the DualSense controller.

Those who prefer to play PC games with the console, in addition to the Xbox gamepad and several third-party devices, can connect the PlayStation 5’s new DualSense controller to their algorithmic server. The catch with this input method: Players have to do without haptic feedback and the controller adaptive trigger function – at least for now. Because Metro Exodus supports the full range of functions of the DualSense controller in the enhanced version.

Adaptive operation buttons and haptic feedback for even more immersion

The adaptive trigger and haptic feedback buttons for the DualSense controller are a central innovation compared to the DualShock 4 on the PlayStation 4. While haptic feedback controls the controller vibration, the adaptive trigger buttons have a variable resistance that adapts to the respective game’s condition. This allows developers to simulate different types of weapons or the behavior of driving cars in different ways, for example.

Like that in the practice of the enhanced version of Metro Exodus On my computer, the video from the Twitter @mrdomino user appears:

Metro Exodus is the first game in which players can take full advantage of the unique selling points of the DualSense controller on PC. Both Steam and Epic Store versions support this feature. The only problem: If you want to use Metro Exodus on your PC with DualSense controller and haptic feedback, you have to use a cable connection from console to PC – everything doesn’t work with Bluetooth.

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