Developers are beginning to absolutely incorporate the PS5 controller into their video games on PC. In its newest patch Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition has added haptic feedback, and adaptive triggers.

Shared on Twitter by donny, a clip reveals weapons being fired utilizing the PlayStation 5’s DualShock 5 controller. An computerized rifle delivers the added rumble to the joypad, and a handgun reveals the resistance to the set off buttons, making every bullet really feel like a blast. Donny states that is the primary sport so as to add these options, and even when it’s not, it’s shut sufficient to nonetheless be noteworthy, and 4A Games may be very probably the primary within the triple-An area to handle this so successfully.

Steam added support for the PS5 controller again in November 2020, quickly after the console launched. Despite many gamers not having enormous entry to this {hardware} as a consequence of console shortages and the like, it seems to be like studios have been tinkering away to make it possible for when the PlayStation 5 is extra commonplace, individuals can use no matter peripherals are helpful to them, and get probably the most out of them on PC.

Here’s the brief clip:

Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition arrived earlier this month, bringing a spread of enhancements, together with a lot ray tracing, the FPS game received’t run with out it.

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