A ResetEra user found that Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition for PC fully supports the capabilities of the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller. Apparently the game boasts support for haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. It is the first PC game to take advantage of these capabilities of the PS5 controller, but hopefully, more titles will follow Metro Exodus’s lead.
While you can play on your PC with a DualSense controller connected, not all PS5 controller features are supported, especially adaptive triggers and haptic feedback. At least until now. A user of ResetEra – dex3108 has discovered that Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition for PC is the first game to support the features of DualSense fully.
Metro Exodus on PC now supports adaptive triggers when firing your weapon, as well as DualSense haptic feedback when engaged. This is rather surprising news as there has been no specific official announcement or statement whatsoever. At this point, we hope that further PC games can take Metro Exodus as an example and implement the unique features of DualSense.