Metro Exodus has become one of the first PC games to help the PS5 DualSense controller’s haptic feedback and versatile triggers on account of a new patch. Albeit numerous PC games as of now support the PS5 controller’s basic features, with Valve adding support for it to its Steam Input API a year ago, Metro Exodus presently supports its advanced haptics, as well as its trigger features, which add additional opposition relying upon what you’re doing in-game.
Videos posted by Twitter client @mrdomino_ and VGC’s Andy Robinson show the feature in action, including showing the controller’s correct trigger springing back with the force from different weapons. It’s nothing new contrasted with what we’ve seen from native PS5 games like Returnal, however it’s extraordinary to see that equivalent functionality recreated on PC.
The patch implies Metro Exodus’ full help for the regulator has really shown up on PC before the PS5 itself. The official PS5 version of the game isn’t because of release until June 18th, when it will incorporate full support for the controller’s haptic features close by different features like ray tracing.
There appears to be a couple of downsides for PC players, nonetheless, with VGC detailing that the advanced DualSense features just appear to work over a wired connection, and not wirelessly. Tom’s Hardware additionally reports that the feature is elite to the Steam version of the game, and will not work on buys from the Epic Games Store or GOG. We’ve circled back to the game’s publisher for confirmation.