“The DualSense controller is pretty awesome. It’s got new haptic feedback so when you’re pulling the trigger, it’s shaking, every time a gun fires there is a little motor in there that’s firing every time,” Flame explains.Seemingly, the controller has allowed Treyarch to modify the weapon sensitivity with each gun so that the DualSense trigger reflects how it feels in reality. “There is sensitivity on the trigger that represents the trigger pressure on a real weapon. All of that has been tuned in the game for each individual weapon. So it’s quite a lot to take in, but it’s pretty awesome, and it gives the guns a feeling like they’ve never had before.”In other Black Ops Cold War news, check out our guide to understanding all of the game’s special editions, so you can figure out which version of the new Call of Duty is worth picking up at launch.
Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War launches on November 13, 2020 for Xbox Series X and S, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
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