- Instinction Dev: DualSense Utilization Will Let Players Recognize Weapons Even With Eyes Closed
Wow. I was under the impression that the dualsens features were not going to be used in that many 3rd party games. This is great.ID: grat5kn
There are many games that use it now, with more coming ..
List of PS5 games that support DualSense haptic feedback and adaptive triggers | Android Central
I would expect even more developers to start using it as more PS5 gets in players hands. This isn't like Kinect or PSVR. Every PS5 owner has a DualSense controller.ID: grawjr1
Pretty much every PS5 games uses them. Some better than others but they all do. You’ll be hard pressed to find a game with a native PS5 version that doesn’t like Destiny 2 which I think is supposed to get em eventually, they just added support for the activity cards.ID: grb1ppi
D2 does have haptic feedback but because of the amount of things in that game they just use the sound wave and turn it into the vibrations like Sony said devs could do fairly quick and easy.ID: grb4hvh
you should probably wait one year and see what happens
What’s this game?ID: granu7g
A co-op survival game inspired by Dino-crisis (not trying to copy it, just inspired)
They haven't officially revealed a trailer, just a short teaser:ID: graoe7q
Ohh that could be fun!
But I'm not gonna be playing it with my eyes closed...ID: grau5ib
I’m not even going to play it with the DualSense turned on...ID: grau7t0
There's that too.ID: grayo5p
Blind people might be able to play it
Ok? There are several games that already have similar things like this.
Wow that sounds cool
Outriders vibrates differently when swapping weapons already which is cool
What an odd flex. Because weapon sounds aren't enough to already make them distinguishable? There's this thing called sight too.