PS5 Users Can Now Update Their DualSense Controller On PC

PlayStation has released a new app on PC for updating the DualSense controller. Available on computers running a Windows 10 or 11 operating system, the firmware update program is available through PlayStation’s website and allows for the DualSense controller to be updated by connecting it with a USB-C cable.

It’s worth noting that Microsoft also occasionally releases new firmware for its wireless Xbox controllers for the Xbox Series X|S consoles, although these devices can receive the upgrade wirelessly.

The DualSense controller has been compatible with PCs since it was first released in 2020 alongside the PS5 console, with the device finding an audience on PC thanks to its haptic feedback features and several first-party PlayStation games being ported over.

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Author: Darryn Bonthuys