Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition is the first major PC release to add full compatibility with the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller. The developer 4A has released an update in the last days for the game and, as we can see in some demos on social networks, now when playing with the Sony controller it can reproduce the optical response and makes use of the adaptive triggers in actions such as the following. shots. Mind you, it seems these features are currently only available when playing with the wired controller. The DualSense is compatible with PC since its launch, although it did work in a basic way and not with all its features that we see implemented, better or worse, in PS5 games.
Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X / S on June 18 at 4K and 60 fps, hence the adaptation to the vibration of the DualSense is a work that is already done and 4A Games has wanted to move to the PC version as well. Metro Exodus count on the new generation of consoles with a wide variety of graphical and performance improvements that were previously only available on PC, such as resolution that reaches 4K and its framerate 60 fps. It will also include full ray traced lighting and both the base set and its two expansions will feature global ray traced lighting (GTRI) and the Ray Traced Emissive Lighting.
There are other types of improvements to the new platforms, including a drastic reduction in loading times Thanks to optimizations in the SSD storage, 4K textures will be used, improvements in spatial audio and Xbox controller latency, in addition to the aforementioned specific functions of the PS5 DualSense.