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Black Ops Cold War On PS5 Uses Adaptive Triggers For Different Weapons, See It In Action Here

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War uses the adaptive triggers of the PS5 in a unique way offering different feedback for every weapon in the game.

Before the launch of the game, it was confirmed that Black Ops Cold War will use the Adaptive Triggers and Haptic Feedback of the DualSense controller. It is one of the prominent features for the PS5 version of the game and we can now finally see it in action.

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The video captured by a Twitter user shows the use of adaptive triggers for the various weapons that are enabled in the game. The feedback based on the weapon being fired looks amazing in action and needs to seen to believe it.

While the game appears to work fine on the PS5, there are some issues visible on the PS4 including a controller disconnection issue that has a temporary fix for it. The game also comes with a beefy day one patch as we have reported here.

The current-generation version runs at a higher resolution with better visuals and also offers support for 120 FPS in its multiplayer mode. This is available for PS5 and Xbox Series in addition to PC.

PS5 DualSense controller boasts a variety of new features including Haptic Feedback, 3D Audio, and Adaptive Triggers. The controller is an evolution of the DualShock 4. While not every third-party developer is utilizing the features of the controller, some of them who do, like in Black Ops Cold War, can lead to some interesting result.

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This new Call of Duty game was developed by Treyarch with support from Raven Software. It is releasing on PS4, Xbox One, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC. While it can be purchased for $59.99 on last-generation consoles, it is slightly expensive for PS5 and Xbox Series at $69.99.

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