Blue Twelve has confirmed that Dualsense support on PC is in post-launch plans. Here are all the details.
Stray is undoubtedly a hit on PC and has already surpassed over 60,000 active users on Valve’s platform, however this version turned out to be a bit underwhelming from a technical point of view as it offers few graphics options and does not support Dualsense, or at least not. in all its main functions. Well, Blue Twelve has confirmed that support for Dualsense will absolutely fall within the post-launch plans.
Speaking on the issue on the official Blue Twelve Discord channel, the representatives of the software house confirmed that in the near future they will extend support for Dualsense to allow players to have access to all the functionalities available on PlayStation 5 through haptic feedback, adaptive triggers and the built-in speaker.
Before leaving, we remind you that Stray will also be available in physical version starting from 20 September 2022 and in two editions: Standard Edition and iam8bit Edition. The Standard Edition will include six colored postcards in addition to the game. While the exclusive physical edition of iam8bit will contain the same postcards as the other edition plus a 14.4 x 24 poster depicting the game’s first widespread teaser image and patch depicting the cat protagonist. All packaged in a gorgeous matte black case.
Stray is now available for PS4, PS5 and PC. If you are a subscriber to the PlayStation Plus Extra or Premium tier you can download the game at no additional cost.