While you can, of course, play games on your PC with a DualSense controller plugged in, not all of the PS5 controller’s features are supported- most notably, the headlining adaptive triggers and haptic feedback. Until now, it seems.
4A Games and Deep Silver recently released Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition for PC, and it seems it’s the first game on PC to support the DualSense’s full extent of capabilities. As discovered by ResetEra user dex3108, Metro Exodus on PC now supports the adaptive triggers when you’re shooting your gun, as well as haptic feedback, when you play the game with the DualSense plugged in.
Given that no official statements were released by any parties concerned, this definitely comes as something of a surprise. The hope is that more PC games will follow in its footsteps and implement the DualSense’s unique features.
Meanwhile, Metro Exodus is also launching for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S on June 18. Head on over here to get details on all the improvements and enhancements it’ll boast.