Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Allows Players to Adjust Haptic Feedback

Upcoming video game Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will be launching its open beta soon on all platforms, which fans and curious players will be able try out for the first time multiplayer gameplay.

We have recently talked with Treyarch’s developers together with other Southeast Asian media outlets about the upcoming open beta and of course other details that are related to the game. One of those is related to the PlayStation 5 and its controller, the DualSense.

Treyarch Lead Game Designer Matt Scronce shared some juicy information about the DualSense controller. According to him, the “PS5 has the DualSense controller with the haptic feedback and the [adaptive] triggers. That’s something very exciting that we’ve been playing around with.”

Scronce revealed that in Black Ops Cold War, players can actually adjust the haptic feedback and adaptive triggers to their liking. “When you fire a gun, you will feel a little bit of feedback there,” he said. “It’s going to have some tension. And you will be able to adjust the intensity of the haptic feedback and turn those off individually.”

As of writing, only Treyarch has officially confirmed that the haptic feedback and the adaptive triggers can actually be turned off or on and customized to one’s personal liking. Other PlayStation 5 titles do not have these types of features as of yet, but it is most likely that other studios will be offering similar settings as well. It is cool that you have to option to do that or just feel what the game has to offer in default settings.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will launch on November 13 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation 5.