The Last of Us: Part 2 is one of the first PS4 games to support PS5 Dualsense Haptic Feedback

The Last of Us: Part 2 is one of the first PS4 games to support PS5 Dualsense Haptic Feedback

The Sony Playstation 5's controller, the Dualsense has already made a name for itself in the world of gaming. The controller offers advanced feedback from a game in many different ways, which goes to add to the realism and immersion.

One such PS4 game that is making use of this feature and taking player experience to the next level is Naughty Dog's The Last of Us: Part 2. On the PS4 itself, the game was a technical masterpiece and with the controller enhancements, you can rest assured that the PS5 will give you an even more gripping experience with this game.

The Last of Us Part 2 will be an experience worth checking out on the PS5

If you are someone who has played the game and want to give it another try, playing on the PS5 will be something of a transformative experience. The Last of Us: Part 2 will make use of the Dualsense controller's advanced haptic feedback.

According to the test conducted by GamesRadar, when playing The Last of Us Part 2 on the PS5's controller, you can feel the tension in the Dualsense's adaptive triggers when drawing back on the bow. Shots fired from a gun can also be felt in the controller.

It was also noted that environments provide different feedback. The controller rumbles when you start up the engine of the motorboat, you will feel it when you hit obstacles, as well as when going around corners.

PS5 Dualsense Controller

The PS5's Dualsense controller features two new features- Adaptive Triggers and advanced Haptic Feedback. Both of these features are integrated into the game and provide for some really immersive gaming experiences.

As of now, The Last of Us Part 2 is the only PS4 game that we know of which makes use of the advanced features on the new controller for the PS5. Native PS5 games will surely make use of the Dualsense's new features, but it is nice to see older games getting similar features.

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