One of the best things about gaming on the PC is the ability to modify, or ‘mod’, games to suit your individual preferences. Pretty much all PC games allow the player to alter a game’s graphics, music, sounds, FOV (field of vision), difficulty, control inputs and the like, something which sadly developers deny console players. But via modding a player can alter almost any parameter and add so much to the vanilla game that it becomes an altogether different game play experience. Let’s go down the rabbit hole that is modding and see what all the fuss is about.
Sony seems to be working on a new version of the DualSense that would improve on the PS5 controller with some extremely helpful features.