A new patch was recently added to Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition, 22.214.171.124, whereby some minor bugs have been fixed, but some better ones have also been implemented. Between these, it is found that the game already supports the adaptive triggers and the haptic vibration response of the controller.
This has been implemented without pain or glory, as it has not been announced otherwise, although it is always good to know that 4A Games keep betting on updates for the community. At the beginning of this month we already leave you with how it is Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition for PC, through a gameplay of the new version with great improvements in Ray Tracing.
The DualSense controller functions are now compatible with Steam and other games, not long after the console was launched in November 2020. However, this seems to be the first example of a PC game that takes advantage of the advantages that the new generation of consoles has, found in the new Sony remote.
A user of ResetEra shortly afterwards published a video as an example of what these new functions were in Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition for PC with DualSense, showing a bit the examples with the adaptive triggers. But if you prefer, you can see it with the same example published on Twitter.
After a patch today, Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition became the first PC game to support haptic feedback and adaptive triggers officially (vid source is reddit) pic.twitter.com/CC3bUiKjwl
– donny (@mrdomino_) May 21, 2021
Versions of Metro Exodus for Xbox Series X | S and PS5 will arrive next June, so this will be a preview of what will be available in the sony console when it is published.
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