Ubisoft published Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on PC, as well as consoles of the past and current generation. Though on the PS5 version, it supports the console’s DualSense controllers and its unique features like adaptive triggers. Though now, it looks like the publisher has adapted (no pun intended) the special controller’s exclusive feature to the PC platform.
VGC reports that the PC version of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla can now make use of the DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers for aiming. When you fire a bow, you can pull the trigger halfway to draw, and push it through the additional threshold to actually fire the arrow. This makes it work much like it does on the PS5. This is a lot more significant than the haptics, which is likely not involved here, making use of basic rumble instead.
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The report also comes with a video demonstrating this, somewhat. As always, it’s difficult to really showcase, whether in words or in video, what the DualSense features are really like. But the video does show to a believable degree the extra threshold added to the adaptive triggers. But the controller is also unfortunately blocking the bow shooting scenario involved in the context.
This makes Assassin’s Creed Valhalla the second game to get DualSense support on PC, the first being Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition. But like said game, you’ll have to have the DualSense controller connected via the USB cable for its exclusive feature to work.