Does Hogwarts Legacy support DualSense features on PC?

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Are you playing the PC version of Hogwarts Legacy and wondering whether or not plugging in your PS controller for DualSense is worth your time? Are you wondering if DualSense will provide its unique feedback features if you're on PC? If so, you've come to the right place. Here's whether or not DualSense is supported on PC for Hogwarts Legacy.

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Is DualSense supported for the PC version of Hogwarts Legacy?

As much as we'd love to have DualSense be supported on PC, the answer to this question is a resounding no. DualSense is largely a Sony thing, for lack of better words, and the last thing they'd allow is for people to get one of their major features outside of a PlayStation. So, unfortunately, you'll need to purchase a Playstation 5 to gain access to the unique feature.

You've probably heard about how DualSense for Hogwarts Legacy allows players to perceive and counter hostile spells along with other magic mechanics in the game. Fortunately, even without DualSense, Hogwarts Legacy supports a host of gameplay and accessibility options that gives you proper gameplay feedback. While it is certainly interesting that DualSense works the way it does, know that it is not at all needed for completion.

For more guides, tips, and tricks on Hogwarts Legacy, check out our guide on When do you unlock Alohomora (level 1 lock) in Hogwarts Legacy? and How to summon your broom in Hogwarts Legacy right here on Pro Game Guides.

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