The DualSense’s unique features – its adaptive triggers and haptic feedback – weren’t supported by games on PC when the controller launched alongside the PS5 last November, but since then, slowly but surely, we’ve been seeing a few notable games add support for the controller’s features on PC.
The latest game to do so, it seems, is Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. As demonstrated in a video by YouTube user Paulo, the first person shooter has implemented the DualSense’s adaptive triggers. Sadly, it doesn’t seem like haptic feedback is supported in the game on PC just yet.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has become the third major game to add support for the DualSense’s features on PC. Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition was the first to do so in May, and was followed just earlier this month by Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
In somewhat related news, Xbox boss Phil Spencer recently praised Sony for its work on the DualSense, and suggested that Microsoft might implement similar features in future revisions of the Xbox controller. Read more on that through here.