DualShock 4 Supported By Windows For “Basic Functions” At Launch

What actually is DualShock? It’s a game controller trademarked as “Dual Shock” is a line of vibration-feedback gamepads presented by Sony for the PlayStation consoles. Gaming on Windows is yet another trouble shooter, while these DualShock controller support and get rid of compatibility. DualShock 4 has arrived to play games on their Windows machines when the Sony’s PlayStation 4 launches in November. Full details on this topic can be achieved after this break!

The recent reports suggests that PlayStation: PC gamers will be able to use the DualShock 4 controller to play any game titles on the Windows desktop operating ststems.

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According to the news that surfaced online from the Sony head and chief Honcho Shuhei Yoshida, suggests that the DualSkock 4 will be compatible with Windows at launch supported with Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 respectively. But only the buttons and the joysticks will work, and those more niceties will still be reserved for PS4 use only.

All-in-all, it means that should be easily integrated and easily plugged-in and playable, however it doesn’t mean that its going to be so easy picked up by an PC games. Still1 You need to put some ingrediants like installing third-party software to work to get your PC games to notice your DualShock 4.

Technically, nothing is impossible. There are still many modders and hackers who can create a method for getting DualShock 4 work on PC as it does on the PlayStation 4. Point to be noted, that you’ll still need some pieces of hardware that didn’t initially come with your Windows-based computer, and to get the bells and whistles to work you’ll still need to do a lot more here.

Are you one of those PC Gamers thinking about using DualShock 4 on your Personal computer? How many there are running their computers on Mac OS X? What next!

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Stay tuned to Vsszone, for more genuine and unique information on the PS4’s gamepad will be compatible with Windows. Here’s what the Joystiq points out, third-party controllers can show up as Xbox controllers on Windows thanks to the XInput API — something that’s non-existent in the PS3’s DualShock 3.