Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, added support for DualSense for PC

It seems that Ubisoft recently released an update for the PC version of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, which introduces support for adaptive triggers and haptic feedback if you play with the PS5 DualSense

It dates back more than a month ago, when Metro Exodus released an update that introduced support for the DualSense and for all its features even on PC, so that other players could enjoy it too adaptive triggers and haptic feedback. This move has paved the way for other titles as well, apparently: it seems that Ubisoft has quietly released a new update for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, with which support for DualSense was also introduced for the PC version of the game. Let’s see below what it is!

Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, support for adaptive triggers and DualSense haptic feedback for PC

As reported by VGC (and as pointed out by editor Andy Robinson, whose tweet you can see below), Ubisoft, via the update of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla for PC, has also introduced support for adaptive triggers and DualSense haptic feedback. of PS5. In the following video, you can see how the arc trigger reacts differently based on its pressure; this feature will certainly not be new to PS5 players, but it certainly is new for PC players.

Since Ubisoft has never made any specific announcements regarding the news, we can certainly say that it is at least a pleasant surprise. While waiting for such an update to be released also for other games, if you want to stay updated on all the most important news concerning the videogame world, stay tuned on the pages. If you prefer to buy game keys at discounted prices, you can do so via our link to Instant Gaming.

Stefania Romagnoli is a dedicated writer who delves into the world of video game news. With a profound passion for gaming, Stefania keeps readers informed and up-to-date on the latest developments, announcements, and trends within the gaming industry.