Since November, last year the DualSense controller works with games available on Steam. The gamepad is gaining popularity among PC users, which did not escape the attention of developers. In the latest update for Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition, the devs at 4A Games introduced support for the device, and with it also for haptic vibrations and adaptive triggers. Although the devs didn't boast of any changes, the latter didn't escape the attention of fans, who started a discussion on ResetEra and Reddit.
One user (dex3108) speculates that this is the first PC game to feature such extensive support for the PlayStation 5 controller, which is perfectly illustrated by a video he posted that quickly made its way to Twitter. The footage clearly shows how the controller's behavior changes depending on the weapon selected. The automatic rifle gives recoil, while the adaptive trigger provides resistance when using a handgun.
Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition debuted on May 6 on PC, while on June 26 the title will also be coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
- Metro Exodus - official website
- Metro Exodus - game guide