In the day today Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War has been updated for PC, introducing a very interesting feature, which until now was reserved only for owners of PlayStation 5 consoles. It is in fact the support for adaptive triggers of DualSense, the new controller of the Sony console.
This novelty, which comes along with many other updates we told you about recently, adds another title to the support for adaptive triggers, somehow hoping for Sony to open up to the PC. In the video it is also possible to see the procedure to enable this function, which is very simple and intuitive.
To be able to activate this feature on PC in fact, just check that the voice dedicated to adaptive triggers is enabled in the game settings, so you can have an even more immersive experience. This feature allows you to feel the shots fired directly in the controller, increasing the resistance the closer you get to the end of the magazine.
The DualSense immediately conquered all PlayStation users, so much so that even Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, has talked about a possible version of them, as already reported by us in this article. The possibility that even more PC titles will enable all controller features opens up interesting scenarios, especially as far as the gaming experience is concerned.
Currently, as also confirmed by other users on the network, this is the fourth title to support the new Sony home controller. The other games are Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Metro Exodus is F1 2020.
We currently have no information regarding additional titles that will be able to integrate full support for adaptive triggers, which is currently exclusive to the next generation PlayStation 5 console. However, remember that in order to take advantage of this feature on Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War on PC just connect the controller to the computer, without going through third-party programs or applications, which would disable haptic feedback.