At last, Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition has become the first PC game to support PlayStation 5’s DualSense haptic feedback.
The latest support was enabled on Metro Exodus after the recent patch. The game on PC now supports adaptive triggers along with haptic feedback.
‘Metro Exodus’ on PC is even better now!
Just recently, developer 4A and publisher Deep Silver added a new update for the DualSense controller, in case you are playing on wired mode. And thus, the haptic feedbacks get enabled alongside adaptive triggers.
Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition now has this functionality.
However, the official PS5 version of the new edition is yet to release next month.
Talking about the new patch then it was noticed by several players a few days ago. They found out that Metro Exodus was supporting the DualSense controller’s haptics.
On Twitter, a user named @mrdomino_ showed the new feature in action through a short video. It displayed how the triggers can provide resistance when firing weapons.
Similar reactions came out from other users as well on social media.
Speaking of the PS5 DualSense controller, then added the support for it to Steam last November. But other important functions were not available at that time.
The feature has so far received rave reviews and praise from those who have managed to get a PS5 (it’s still most of our stocks).
And now that more developers are adding support for it is a good sign, especially for the players who want a breathtaking experience.
More PC titles are expected to receive this feature soon. Hopefully, it will happen soon in the coming months.
ALSO, READ: Metro Exodus removes Denuvo DRM in all PC versions
More video games are coming soon!
Meanwhile, there are various options if you are a PS5 player because multiple new releases are arriving later this year.
But that’s not it!
The vast line-up extends further with Little Devil Inside, Psychonauts 2, GhostWire: Tokyo, and Stray.
Cyber Shadow, Shadow Warrior 3, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, Biomutant, and New World are other crucial launches.
Several recently announced projects making a debut soon are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories.
Coming back to Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition, it’s now available for PC.
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