How to change DualSense trigger strength in Gran Turismo 7

Sony's impressive DualSense technology is revolutionising racing games on PS5. Advanced haptic feedback from the DualSense controller lets you feel road surface changes, the roar of the engine, and even gear changes. Adaptive triggers also provide a tactile sense of tyre grip levels.

Gran Turismo 7 is an excellent showcase of how Sony’s DualSense technology can make racing games more immersive and improve your driving. But the strength of the adaptive triggers can make accelerating and braking uncomfortable over time.

Thankfully, there is now a way to adjust the DualSense trigger strength in Gran Turismo 7 for a more comfortable experience.

How to change DualSense trigger strength in Gran Turismo 7

One of the changes in update 1.13 you may have missed is a new option that allows you to adjust the DualSense trigger strength.

During a race, the trigger strength can be adjusted from the Quick Menu. It can also be changed in the pause menu.

Gran Turismo 7 DualSense trigger strength options
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Select a weaker trigger strength setting if you want a more comfortable experience

After pausing the game, go to Settings > Controller Settings. From here look for the Trigger effect 1P (Accelerator) and Trigger effect 1P (Brakes) options. Each trigger effect can be set to Off, Weak or Strong.

Gran Turismo 7 DualSense trigger strength options
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There are three DualSense trigger strength options in Gran Turismo 7

The strongest setting provides the most precise feedback, but the weak setting is more comfortable for longer sessions. No more cramped fingers!

Update 1.13 out now

The latest Gran Turismo 7 update is out now. Update 1.13 includes GT7’s first free content update, which features three new cars: the Subaru BRZ GT300, 2021 Subaru BRZ S, 1991 Suzuki Cappuccino (EA11R). There is also a new 24-hour layout for Spa- Francorchamps.

Gran Turismo 7 2021 Subaru BRZ S
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Update 1.13 adds three new cars to Gran Turismo 7

Among other changes, the update also increases the traction of rear-wheel drive cars and adds World Circuit events.

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