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- Uses regular USB interface and DirectInput standard, making it useable with PC out of the box.
- Officially licensed by Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC.
- It's possible to switch between PS4 mode and PC (Xinput) mode.
- Has swappable, replaceable analog stick and D-Pad modules.
- Hes remappable paddles, allowing for multiple configurations and increased speed and accuracy for any playstyle and any genre (no PC software required).
- Seamless performance in wired or wireless modes with high-fidelity wireless audio.
- No Bluetooth; requires USB receiver for wireless control.
- Paddles cannot be rebinded by 3rd party software as they are not sending their own signals, just simulate existing ones.
- More than 12 hours of battery life.
Use with PC platforms
- Connecting the controller should automatically download and install latest drivers for the controller.
- Acting as native DirectInput controller, it's possible to use any of the generic wrappers. See the controller article for those.
- This controller is "Plug and Play" on most distributions of Linux.
- Controller can be found in Supported Controller Database and it's recognizable as PlayStation DualShock 4 controller.
- Capable of making full use of Steam Input due to many overlapping features with the Steam Controller.
Support in games
For a list of games, see
- Games with generic DirectInput support are supported by the controller, however button placements may be out of place and need to be rebound. Refer to game-specific articles for rebinding support.
- Supported natively by a growing list of games, allowing the use of the controller and some/all of it supplementary features without any additional software installed.
- Support for some controller features may be only available on certain systems. Refer to game-specific articles for details.
- Instead of the large light bar on the back of the DualShock 4, here there is a small light strip built into the touchpad.
- Number of games which support light bar is limited and light bar support is still not a PC standard.
- Aurora is a third party, open source solution for handling RGB lighting which is extending list of supported games. List can be found in project's Github page.
- Steam Input configuration is letting to control light bar.
Games with Light Bar support
|Tormented Souls||Dual Effect
|Quake (2021)||Id Software
|Bethesda Softworks||Kex Engine|
|Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin||Marvelous||Capcom||MT Framework|
|Guilty Gear Strive||Arc System Works||Unreal Engine 4|
|Days Gone||Bend Studio||PlayStation Mobile||Unreal Engine 4|
|R-Type Final 2||Granzella||NIS America||Unreal Engine 4|
|Metro Exodus||4A Games||Deep Silver||4A Engine|
|Kingdom Hearts III||Square Enix||Unreal Engine 4|
|Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue||Square Enix||Unreal Engine 4|
|Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX||Square Enix|
- Please note, that this is only list for games that offer DualShock button prompts.
|The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles||Capcom||MT Framework|
|Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time||Toys for Bob
Heavy Iron Studios
|Activision||Unreal Engine 4|
|DIRT 5||Codemasters Cheshire||Codemasters|
|Doom II Classic||Id Software
Id Tech 1
|Stay Cool, Kobayashi-San!: A River City Ransom Story||Arc System Works|
|Call of Duty: Black Ops III||Treyarch||Activision||IW engine|
|CrossCode||Radical Fish Games||Deck13 Interactive||NW.js|
Fire Hose Games
|Controller button||Button label and axis|
|L2||Button 7, X-rotation|
|R2||Button 8, Y-rotation|
|Left stick||Button 11, X-axis, Y-axis|
|Right stick||Button 12, Z-axis, Z-rotation|
|PlayStation button||Button 13|
|D-pad up||POV up|
|D-pad down||POV down|
|D-pad left||POV left|
|D-pad right||POV right|