PS5 DualSense controller haptics let you feel your music on a your PC
The PS5 DualSense controller has been well received for its next-gen features such as haptic feedback, but it turns out this technology has more uses than just making gaming more immersive.
Discovered by The Verge (and originally outlined in a Reddit thread), with just a few simple steps you can enable your DualSense to vibrate along to your music. Enabling this feature allows your controller to hum along to tunes, and act as a sort of mini subwoofer.
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