Haptic Feedback: Every Black Ops Cold War Gun Feels Different on PS5 Controller
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Haptic Feedback: Every Black Ops Cold War Gun Feels Different on PS5 Controller

Hamish Hector
13 November 2020

Feel the difference

One of the PS5’s coolest features is included with its controllers, haptic feedback.

The gimmick was shown off in one of the console’s earlier trailers, but many dismissed it as a feature that wouldn’t see much use outside of PS5 exclusives.

Though Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War has surprised everyone by implementing it in their new game and taking haptic feedback to the extreme!

What is Haptic Feedback?

Haptic feedback is a feature which aims to make using a controller feel more realistic.

By including a series of motors and mechanisms within the case, Sony aims to make their PS5 controller give players a life-like experience of in-game events.

Whether it’s making the trigger provide more resistance when firing a bow, or rumbling the controller when an action happens, it all adds into this feature.

Nintendo has tried something similar with their Joy-Cons’ HD Rumble Feature.

Though unfortunately it hasn’t been implemented in many non-first-party games, and haptic feedback was expected to go this way too.

Haptic Feedback in Black Ops Cold War

Though it looks as if the XP and Zombie’s Onslaught bonuses weren’t all that was instore for Playstation players. 

Playstation 5 owners will also be able to experience haptic feedback in Black Ops Cold War, with every gun feeling different.

In an interview with GameSpot Tony Flame, Lead Game Designer at Treyarch, described how every gun has been made to feel as realistic as possible.

"There is sensitivity on the trigger that represents the trigger pressure on a real weapon. All of that has been tuned in the game for each individual weapon…it gives the guns a feeling like they've never had before."

This suns really cool, and it’s awesome how game developers are able to bring players more and more into their game’s virtual reality.

We can’t wait to see how else haptic feedback is used in the future!

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