Sledgehammer has detailed how the coming one Call of Duty: Vanguard will leverage the unique and immersive sensations of the PS5’s DualSense controller to make every weapon unique, even down to specific weapon attachments that actually alter the response and feel of the adaptive triggers.
Chris Fowler, chief engineer of Sledgehammer Games, explained on the PlayStation blog how the developer DualSense for. uses Call of Duty: Vanguard. During Treyarchs Black Ops Cold War also used the DualSense in its PS5 version last year to simulate the different trigger feel of different weapons vanguard.
Fowler explains that there are four main stages to a trigger – taking, pausing, running over, and resetting the trigger. The first is the trigger game that you get until the gun fires. The break is the point at which the gun actually fires, followed by over-travel, the distance the trigger travels after the break. And finally, when the trigger is reset, the automatic firing is stopped and the break is reset.
vanguard The DualSense implementation takes into account all of these phases of trigger pulling and changes especially around the break point. Different weapons have different tensions in the lead until they break – a sidearm, for example, pulls much more easily than a sniper rifle. On the ADS / Scope trigger side, heavier weapons feel harder to pull. ADS on an SMG has much less tension than pulling up a rocket launcher or LMG to communicate the weight of what you are carrying.
Not only does it change the adaptive trigger feel for individual weapons, but also specific weapon attachments change the trigger feel and add another element for leveling up weapons and crafting your weaponry. Ultimately, the player will find a varied gun feel, new variables to work with when setting up guns, and the ability to add new attachments that change the trigger response, the power of the feedback, and the downsight. Speed. “Gun attachments not only change how the weapon feels in-game, but also on your controller.
Of course, if you don’t want to use the adaptive triggers, you can just turn them off in no time vanguard Options menu. (Author’s Note: Have fun with your squishy triggers …)
Sledgehammer also uses the haptic feedback in the DualSense to communicate what is happening around you. Whether it’s debris flying past your head while an enemy breaks your cover, or the fury of the Air Force making you hell in Stalingrad, the DualSense lets you delve deeper into the environment and the situations you find yourself in.
Are you a fan of the adaptive triggers and haptic feedback of the DualSense? Are you curious how different gun attachments feel like guns in. change? vanguard?
Call of Duty: Vanguard starts on November 5th, 2021.[Source: PlayStation Blog]