Given that the next-generation consoles Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are now in the hands of many players, Steam has begun to add support for the PS5’s DualSense controller and fix issues with the Xbox Series X pad.
Support began later this week when the Steam client beta versions of both Joypads were updated. “We’ve added initial input support for the PS5 DualSense controller,” the news post reads. “Advanced features such as rumble, trackpad, and gyro are not yet supported.” For Xbox Series X / S controllers, the glitch that reads peripherals as two pieces of hardware has been fixed.
If you are interested in participating in this rollout, you can join from your regular Steam account. Open the Steam client, top left[Steam],[設定],[アカウント]Simply click in the order that you will see a button to opt in or out of the Steam Client Beta. Unlike consoles that haven’t been released worldwide yet and are sold out everywhere, the PlayStation 5 DualSense is readily available from many standard retailers. If you are particularly keen to try it out in some of the best games, it will give you $ 69.99 / £ 59.99.
The key phrase for Steam posts is “yet”. This means trackpads, gyro support, and good old rumble are underway. All these features already in the pipeline are great signs that PS5 gamepads will become the main technology used by players and will make PC play more attractive and easy to use, primarily for console users.
With Persona 4, Horizon Zero Dawn, Resident Evil 3, Fall Guys, many games released this year that are great for controllers, and some upcoming games on Steam that will definitely benefit as PS5 Dual Sense becomes more compatible. ..