Metal Gear Solid on PC with PS5 DualSense Sounds Good: Classic Konami Games Now Support Modern Controllers on GOG

It is true that on PC we already have a significant saturation of stores and launchers, but in the end each one of them tries to give us something different. GOG, the store of CD Project, is doing a lot for the video game preservation and houses old titles. Well now various games Konami classics They have received compatibility with current controls.

If you have a PS5 DualSense, an Xbox controller or a Nintendo Switch Pro controller at home, be very careful because you can play now several titles from the Metal Gear saga and from Konami with them. In a new post on the forum, GOG has announced that some classic games from the Japanese company can now be enjoyed with the most modern controllers on the market. By the way, in 3D PC Games We tell you how to use DualSense on PC with all its functionalities.

Konami Collector's Series: Castlevania & Contra

Konami Collector’s Series: Castlevania & Contra

“Playing classic jewels is about to get even more fun! Today, 5 Konami titles […] have received a major update regarding their compatibility with modern drivers“, has indicated GOG. The games that add this compatibility are Konami Collector’s Series: Castlevania & Contra, Metal Gear, Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2 Substance and Silent Hill 4: The Room.

“From now on, these titles will not only enjoy full support for popular modern controllers such as the DualSense, DualShock 4, Xbox One X / S Controller, and Nintendo Switch Pro, but will also receive optimized default key combinations and some smaller fixes regarding driver compatibility, “explained GOG.

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This is great news, because if you have these games or are interested in acquiring them, now you are given the opportunity to play more comfortably and with the latest technology. It can also push new players to buy these titles and help, as we said, to the preservation of these classics, something very important in the digital age.