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These revisions indicate that the controller's design has still not been finalised. Once it is released it will be interesting to see what the public opinion is compared to the DualShock 4 (which accomplishes a similar compromise but with a different layout).
 

Especially with certain games even supporting its Lightbar (on Linux only)


According to a reddit post the light bar works in Dragon Age: Inquisition, so it seems like there is a way of accomplishing this under Windows as well. Sony did supply an official driver this time around which will definitely help encourage developers to support it.

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Lets just hope they make it as amazing as they promised so it's actually good enough to consider instead of being controller supplied with steam machines in future. 

 

According to a reddit post the light bar works in Dragon Age: Inquisition, so it seems like there is a way of accomplishing this under Windows as well. Sony did supply an official driver this time around which will definitely help encourage developers to support it.

Well shit. Now I have to actually consider getting that Dualshock 4. I'm starting to have more controllers than I have actual players. 

I wasn't aware that Sony did official drivers? I though it was simply Direct input controller so it would work out of the box if game supported direct input, thus it also works with PS3 as well. 

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