With the latest patch, the survival horror game Metro Exodus has become one of the first PC games to use PS5's DualSense features. Metro Exodus will now utilize PS5's DualSense Controller’s unique features like adaptive triggers and haptic feedback.
Metro Exodus is not available on PS5 yet, the next-gen console version of the game is scheduled to release next month. But with this update, PC users can still experience the 'resistance' and 'vibrational feedback' while using different weapons in Metro Exodus.
P S5’s DualSense is now fully functional on PC, via Metro Exodus’ latest update. pic.twitter.com/97yVVYYIJy— Andy Robinson (@AndyPlaytonic) May 22, 2021
However, VGC has reported that these features only work with a wired connection, so users will need a USB-C cable. Even though developer 4A Games has released the patch for Steam, GOG, and Epic Game Store versions of the game, Tom's Hardware reports that the patch works only on the Steam version of Metro Exodus. This may be possible because Valve added PS5 controller support to Steam in November 2020. These features promise an even more immersive gameplay experience in Metro Exodus.
Metro Exodus is a first-person shooter developed by 4A Games and published by Deep Silver. The game features a post-apocalyptic atmosphere that is teeming with mutated monsters. The player must craft a variety of weapons to kill these monsters.
The game is currently available to play on Microsoft Windows, PS4, and Xbox One. It is scheduled to release on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S in June 2021.
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