Ghostwire: Tokyo is a phenomenal experience that has players facing various supernatural enemies using their abilities and weapons. Most people prefer playing the game with a controller – but that can have various problems. If you have a PS5 controller – the DualSense – this guide will show you how to enable adaptive triggers on PC for Ghostwire: Tokyo.
Whether you want to explore landmarks or fight beautifully crafted enemies, doing so with the adaptive triggers can enhance your experience. Plus, if you use our best graphics settings, you’ll fall in love with the world of Tokyo. With that said, let’s get started and find out how to enable adaptive triggers on PC for Ghostwire: Tokyo.
Ghostwire: Tokyo – How to Enable Adaptive Triggers on PC
Before we begin, I would like to clarify that adaptive triggers will only work if the controller is connected via the USB cable. It does not work with Bluetooth. Now that you know that, let’s find out how you can activate them.
First of all, you must turn on Steam and right-click Ghostwire: Tokyo. Then, open the Properties menu and go to the Control tab. Here, you must disable the input configured by Steam.
Once you have done that, launch the game and go to Options. Go to the Controls tab and scroll down a bit. Here, you’ll notice an option Adaptive Triggers. Press that to enable it and now the haptic feedback should work on your PC as well. This greatly enhances your experiences and further immerses you in the stunning world of Ghostwire: Tokyo.
Related: Ghostwire: Tokyo Controls for PC Keyboard and PlayStation Controllers
If you are not aware of what adaptive triggers are, they are exclusive to the Dualsense. They react to what weapon you are holding and what your character is doing in the game. If you are aiming a bow, the trigger will get stiff and harder to push. This immerses the player into the game and it is a brilliant technology.
That’s everything you need to know how to enable adaptive triggers on PC for Ghostwire: Tokyo. We would love to know your thoughts on this. Let us know in the comments below if you managed to get the adaptive triggers to work.
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