It has been discovered the recently released Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition on PC natively supports the many features of the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller after downloading the latest hotfix. Discovered by ResetEra user dex3108, the poster shared how developer 4A Games has utilised the pad's Adaptive Triggers in a video you can watch through here.
As you can tell, extra force must be applied to the R2 button in order to fire the assault rifle, and the same goes for the magnum. The latter actually goes further by decompressing with ease when a bullet has not yet been loaded into the chamber. To get this up and running, you'll first need to know How to Use the PS5 DualSense Controller on PC. You'll also need to play the game through a wired connection since these unique features aren't active when played wirelessly. Since the discovery, users have reported wonky implementation here and there as well as other issues, but it's clear the idea is to have full PS5 DualSense controller support up and running for Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition on PC.
Don't forget that the game is also coming to PS5 natively in June, complete with all its DLC and a 4K resolution at 60 frames-per-second. PS4 owners will receive a free upgrade to the current-gen version. Ray-Tracing is also included as well as "dramatically reduced" load times — a problem we faced when reviewing the PS4 edition.