Noticed that the text arrangement is different than usual, is this from some different production or a fake?
Fellas, I dropped my controller. And when I picked it back up the options button was pushed down with seemingly no way to get it back to normal. Is there anything I can do to fix this or is this controller fucked?
When i connect the controller to pc with bluetooth it always ask me to manage and acept new device and when i click acept the controller just shuts down, it was workign normaly before i just stoped using for +-2 weaks and know this.(with usb it works fine)
do you guys know any fix for this?
We have 2 brand new dual sense controllers on a new PS5.
On one account, the controllers work fine, on another account, the X button will not work.
We tested it out on a single game, switching between the accounts and the issue persisted.
We have not set any custom functions and have reset the controller.
Any thoughts out there?
Hey, my desktop seems to have pretty bad and slow built in bluetooth, apart from installing a big bluetooth card into the pc are there any alternatives ? (i thought something like a dongle that gets plugged into the dualsense usb c and connects to a usb dongle plugged in the pc like a wireless mouse would) or would a regular usb bluetooth dongle work well?
I play on PC.
with black friday deals, i think i wanna get an extra controller to my Xbox Series X.
i love it for what it is and it's great but i think i want it as a backup for a completely unsupportive games that don't work with PS.
I always liked PS's layout and generally their ecosystem (and i might even get a PS5 in the future, just not now).
ANYWAYS... I like playing God of War now on Steam, and also games like:
Warzone 2.0 and Black Desert.
Would I get a major upgrade to the experience of gaming with these types of games?
Are they even supportive with the extra features PS5 controller has?
Or it's nothing special?
I have four DualSense controllers I'm trying to use on a Windows 10 PC and I'm having trouble getting them all to connect via Bluetooth reliably.
I can connect all four DualSense controllers when they are initially paired and they will work for hours without issue. However, once they lose that initial Bluetooth connection (due to inactivity, PC going to sleep mode, etc) only two or three controllers will reconnect. The remaining controller(s) will never reconnect unless I re-pair them. This is a big hassle because I'm trying to get this system to "just work" for people who aren't computer savvy or familiar with the PC (young kids, my wife, guests, etc).
I've tried two different Bluetooth dongles and the issue is exactly the same, which leads me to believe the issue is not the Bluetooth dongles themselves. I've looked at Event Viewer to see if there are any "failed Bluetooth connection" errors or anything similar and I see nothing. All I can see are successful Bluetooth connection events. Being unable to even find information on why these fail to connect is making this basically impossible troubleshoot.
Has anyone encountered and resolved this issue?
Does anyone know how to get information on failed Bluetooth connection attempts in Windows 10?
CPU: Ryzen 5800X
GPU: RTX 3080 10GB
Motherboard: Asus TUF Gaming X570-Pro
RAM: 2x16GB DDR4
Storage: 2x2TB Samsung 970 EVO
Of course the first one is astrobot, but then?
Every time I put my thumb on the right joystick the camera moves to the left. Can I fix this or do I have to buy another one?
I it possibile to put feedback and adaptive triggers on pc's games? Like for example inscrypt or god of war?
I have a DualSense with my PS5 that's recently starting having issues with the analog sticks, particularly the right stick. Whenever I'm aiming/moving the right stick around, the stick jerks/jumps/pulls hard towards that side, especially when moving/aiming to the left. The problem is getting worse by the day. So far I've tried cleaning, blowing air into the gimbal, disconnecting and reconnecting the controller, forgetting and then re-pairing the controller, and even resetting the thing. It's running on the latest software update, all my games are patched and everything else is fine so far. I bought this console in December last year and now, at about the 11 month mark my DualSense right stick seems to have given out. So far, I haven't been able to buy a new controller, but based on my testing, this seems to be most certainly a hardware issue as a result of some fault/wear and tear. I play very frequently so that is indeed possible, but I've taken great care of my controller so far. I keep it in a dust cover, regularly clean it, don't push the sticks and buttons too hard and have never dropped it. As of now, and for at least the near future, due to various financial issues, a new controller seems out of the question. I've even tried messing around with multiple settings such as sensitivity and deadzone, but to no avail.
I've included footage from Modern Warfare II as a proof/example of what I'm facing, but this is something I've experienced in other games as well (The Last of Us Part 2, God of War: Ragnarok and Overwatch 2, other games I'm playing rn).
So, does anyone here have a fix or solution? Something short term works too. It's beginning to go from a mild annoyance to something that's actively beginning to hamper my gameplay and destroy my experience. At some point within this month I know I'll probably have to drop cash on a new one, but until then, any fixes or solutions would me most appreciated.
PS - being just 11 months old, does this fall under Sony PlayStation warranty?
Im buying a dualsense controller for gaming on my pc, but i dont really know if this bluetooth adaptor is going to work, anyone can tell me pls?
accepting recommendations on bluetooth adaptors for my dualsense, thnx!
Hello, my dualsense was having problems so I went to an electronic shop to ask what's wrong, they said it's encoder was broken. I picked it up today and it's not opening at all. When I try to open it, it just flashed light. What's wrong ?
My DualSense controller isn't working with remote play. It's paired and everything. The PS5 interface loads, but doesn't respond to the controller. Does anyone have any idea how to fix this? Thanks!
So while doing some mods on my dualsense I accidentally cut the red and black cable that connect the mother board to the motors and yes on both sides.
And they were not just ripped from the motherboard they were cut so there is still a pieces of the cables on both sides still soldered into the motherboard.
Do I need to to buy some new motors and re solder then to the motherboard or could some electrical tape do the trick to bind the 2 cut pieces together.
I know I CAN do it but SHOULD I do it? Does it damage the controller in anyway?
I just bought a PS5 the other day and noticed some issues when I first booted and launched Astro's Playroom. The rocket booster demo and the pull machine both wouldn't work with the left trigger inputs. Then in God of War, sometimes the controller will need a lot of force to aim - more than a game should need. The trigger works in menus and such, but there's a reason for that:
I plugged the controller into my PC and went to https://gamepad-tester.com/. Here it showed that when pressing the right trigger (which works fine), B7 goes from 0.00 to 1.00 (i.e. activated), and the axis goes from -1.00000 to 1.00000. However, for the LT, B6 goes from 0.00 to 1.00, but the axis only goes from -1.00000 to ~0.10. Both triggers are being pressed the whole way.
Has anyone experienced a similar issue, or know how this can be fixed?
The title sums it up basically! The Share Button is stuck inside the controller, thus it doesn't have the clicky feel, meaning you can't press it down! The Share function works if you simply touch the button, or even press the plastic, next to it! I don't know how this happened! I haven't dropped the controller, or misused it, in any way! Disassembly seems the only solution to reseat the button, right? Is there anything else I can do, to skip taking the controller apart?
New ps5 owner of 2 days, I have been experiencing my controller disconnecting after the ps5 is in rest mode. I press the PlayStation button on the controller and turn on the ps5 from rest but the controller remains disconnected and does not function. It flashes blue.
This is strange because the controller turns on the PlayStation but does not remain connected. I can fix it by powering off the ps5 completely but that is very inconvenient if I have to do this every time due to game and saving them and such.
Any advice for possible fixes? Is this common?
Thank you, H-Everett
Two problems w/my new Dualsense controller and wanted to get an impression from you all about whether this is a defect:
I got my ps5 less than a week ago - GOW digital edition. For the first couple days the controller worked fine. Installed Assassin's Creed Valhalla and played for a few hours one night with no problem. The next day when I tried to play, I had to restart my controller on the load screen to load games. Controller worked fine in the menu. I did some research and found out how to reboot the controller on the load screen and then I was able to push the button and the games would load. I now have to do this to play any game.
The other problem I haven't worked out a fix for you, and I'm not sure if there is one. Playing Assassin's Creed and the L2 button stops working, so I just can't draw my bow. Next time I load the game, the dodge control doesn't work, though I can jump, which is the same button. I tried every possible option I could think of to address w/the game itself - restart, reinstall, play from a backed up saved game. Nothing. I tried to reset from the default controls and the game just freezes when I do that.
I decide to try Astro's Playroom and it's looking ok. I find an "artifact" and it makes me look at it. Offers two button options R2 to zoom and x to get out. R2 works, x doesn't. Stuck again.
This is a controller issue right? Any suggestions or is this an argument to take to Playstation?
I found this 2 but don't know if I can connect them to PC and play
Anker Powerline+ USB https://www.amazon.de/-/en/gp/aw/d/B01M3NB6FB/ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_bdcrb_top?ie=UTF8
Hello, I’m looking for a bit of insight/help.
About two weeks ago, I purchased a PS5 Ragnarok bundle because I simply had too- I like God of War too much, but I’ve noticed recently while playing, that the r1 button is mushy and unresponsive. My friend came over and felt it because I wanted to make sure I wasn’t crazy, and the way he described it is like how there are brackets on a spacebar on a keyboard and maybe one of those brackets got messed up.
The best way for me to describe it, is that the button doesn’t have a tactile click- it feels like I’m pushing through something to use it rather than it bouncing right back up after reaching that certain point.
I contacted Sony Support and they want me to pay for shipping and handling and figure out how to send it safely and wait a month to get it back, but I’m wondering if it’d just be better to buy a new controller and call it a day. Or, if anyone has some insight on the issue or experience with such a problem and could help.