DualSense controller can now be updated on PC without using PS5: How?
PC gamers can access the latest version of the PS5 controller firmware directly from Windows 10 and 11.
Until now, anyone who wanted to update the DualSense controller firmware had to do so using a PS5, but Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced that PC users will be able to access the latest update via Windows 11 and " select Windows 10 devices", all without the need to connect it to the console.
The Japanese company has shared a tutorial, which we show below.
How to upgrade DualSense on PC
According to PlayStation's website, the requirements to access the update include having a Windows 10 or 11 64-bit operating system. A screen resolution of 1024 × 768 or higher is required, and of course, there must be a USB input to connect the controller.
The DualSense controller is PC-compatible since launch. The Japanese company distributed the official drivers while Steam optimized the use of these accessories on its platform. They are notable for the adaptive triggers and haptic functionalities, which elevate immersion through the vibration of the controllers.
PS5 is available since November 2020, but the semiconductor crisis has prevented the consoles from arriving regularly in stores.
Source | PlayStation
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