DualSenseX

Are you tired of Rebinding your keyboard controls for every game that supports a controller, how about binding to a controller with a 100+ button layout like the DualShock 4? DualSense X is the solution. With DualSense you have the ability to connect your DualShock Controller through USB, Bluetooth, or both. Within the app, you can test out different configurations to see if the controller is working properly and if it’s worth mapping a game to the controller. This gives you a lot more freedom with what games you can use your DualShock 4 with.

License: Free
Author: Paliverse
OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11
Language: English
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File Name: DualSenseX for Windows 32 and 64 bit setup
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DualSenseX Overview

For example, if you get an Xbox 360 controller, but want to play games designed for an Xbox One controller you can map buttons on one to the other. Or maybe your favorite game doesn’t support controllers and bugs out? No problem, use the button mapper to emulate keyboard functionality directly from the controller. For example, clicking a mouse button could simulate pressing X on a keyboard. The app will automatically update the latest DualSense Firmware, Configure your controller with different Adaptive Trigger modes and Controller Vibration Modes. This will always be a free project, with no add-on or feature that you must pay for.

The DualSense App for Windows allows users to connect the DualSense Controller, and use it with several adaptive trigger modes for many of their favorite games. Configuration options are available to make the controller work on nearly any PC game that supports controllers. It works both with the official Microsoft wireless and wired controllers I’ve used for Windows, and now the DualShock 4 for PC.

Overall, DualSenseX is an open source app and will be always updated to ensure it works with the latest games, here is a list of games that work with DualSenseX. The Dual Sense X for PC is the only controller out there, giving you Dual Shock 4 like functionality using any PC and connecting via USB or Bluetooth.

Features of DualSenseX for PC

  • Support for 20+ Languages
  • Self-updating App, I will always strive to make the experience easy and hassle-free
  • Launch App with Windows Startup
  • Speaker/Headphone Jack audio (USB ONLY)
  • Test out the controller to make sure all the buttons and joysticks function as intended
  • Get the Battery life status of the controller
  • Configure Controller LED to your liking
  • Test out different Adaptive Trigger Modes and controller vibration
  • See a list of supported games in the “Games” Tab (Work in progress)
  • The game doesn’t support a controller? Map keyboard button clicks to controller buttons to simulate keypress
  • The auto-connect controller when the app launches, with the ability to also kill steam if it’s running.
  • Change between different hand-selected backgrounds for the App
  • Dark and Light Mode
  • Custom Border RGB Color with Transparency options

System Requirements

  • Processor: Intel or AMD Dual Core Processor 3 Ghz
  • RAM: 2 Gb RAM
  • Hard Disk: 2 Gb Hard Disk Space
  • Video Graphics: Intel Graphics or AMD equivalent

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