Warning for ALL PS5 owners to check their Call of Duty settings right now

Warning for ALL PS5 owners to check their Call of Duty settings right now

CALL of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War fans can now play the PC version using a PS5 DualSense controller.
However, you may need to change some settings if you want to avoid a resistance fight between your fingers and the controls.
1Some settings on the PC can reportedly create resistive triggersGaming expert Morgan Park said in an article for PC Gamer: “As much as I love that developers are starting to add the DualSense’s full features to PC games, I’ll be turning most of them off in Cold War.
“I’ll also be unplugging the controller altogether and going back to a mouse, because it’s a lot better.”
He says that when playing Cold War from Battle.net you can find new options to use your DualSense controller in the controller menu.
However, resistive triggers are said to make firing guns with the DualSense a lot of extra effort.
The triggers are also said to rumble while you’re shooting.
“I’ll also be unplugging the controller altogether”
For some, this could be distracting or slow you down.
Fortunately, you can turn trigger haptics on/off in the controller menu of the PC game.
You can also adjust the intensity of vibrations.
A slider for this can be found under the Trigger Haptics section of the menu.
Haptics will automatically be turned on by default if you’re using a DualSense controller to play the PC game so you might want to try them out first before adjusting the settings.
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