Over a month ago, Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition became the first game to fully support the DualSense on PC, with features such as its adaptive triggers and haptic feedback having been implemented in the game. That paved the way for others to follow, it seems, and now, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has followed in its footsteps.
As reported by VGC (and pointed out on Twitter by editor Andy Robinson), Ubisoft have updated Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and the game now supports adaptive triggers and haptic feedback on PC when played with a DualSense controller. Check out the clip below to see how the adaptive triggers react when firing a bow (though of course, those who’ve played the game on PS5 will be familiar with that already).
Given that Ubisoft made no specific announcements regarding this, this comes as a welcome surprise. Hopefully, many more PC games will be adding full support for the DualSense in the near future as well.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has quietly added DualSense support on PC.https://t.co/14NBqxr4DJ pic.twitter.com/Aj4tcHoXZm
— Andy Robinson (@AndyPlaytonic) July 5, 2021
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