Metro Exodus PC DualSense Support Features Working Haptic Feedback & Adaptive Triggers, Watch It in Action

Metro Exodus PC DualSense

Developer 4A Games has recently released a hotfix for the PC version of Metro Exodus, and this is to add PS5 controller support for the game along with a few fixes! Curious how the Metro Exodus PC DualSense support has turned out so far? Check it out in action below.

In a Reddit thread discussing the DualSense support to the game, Reddit user MustafaKorkmaz confirmed that the support is “plug & play,” and no extra fiddling is needed!

Plugged in with the cable it came with and just ran the game 🙂 Haven’t used any software. I guess the game natively support the device.

In addition to that, the same redditor also posted a video featuring how proper haptics are supported and it’s not your typical rumble feature:

You can check the full list of fixes rolled out by 4A Games below (via Steam):

A new hotfix has been deployed for Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition, check out the hotfix notes:
Steam Version Number: 2.0.0.1

• Fixed issue with DLC Entitlements unlocking incorrectly
• Fixed issue where Vsync would lock to 60fps even when higher refresh rate is possible
• Fixed crash in Two Colonels specific to RTX2060
• Added PlayStation 5 DualSense Controller support

If you’re planning on playing Metro Exodus on current-gen consoles, don’t forget that it’s been upgraded by 4A, which you can read about here.

Previous Post

Next Post

Top Games and Upcoming Releases

Back 4 BloodCall of Duty: VanguardBattlefield 2042Halo InfiniteDying Light 2OpenCritic