If you’re a PS5 owner, you may want to hop on and load up a PS4 game to see if the DualSense haptic feedback has improved. Two days ago, the PS5 update went live, enabling extended storage for the console and One-Touch Play, which turns your TV on when you turn the PS5 on. The update also gave players the ability to see their controller’s battery percentage while charging, and 120 HZ support for “some” 1080p/120 Hz PC monitors, which allows for 120fps gameplay. Sony did not mention adjustments to DualSense haptic feedback in its PlayStation Blog post about the PS5 update, which is why Redditors are so confused. “It’s such a weird thing not to mention. I had to mess around with a few games to make sure I wasn’t crazy,” reads one of the comments on the original post.
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