PS4 Controller: Connect the DualShock 4 to your PC very easily


The release date for the PlayStation 4 is just round the corner and everyone is just too excited about the new console and all the games promised with its launch.

However, there is one item that has been heavily underrated till now, and that is the new PlayStation controller, DualShock 4. Sony has largely revamped the modern gaming console and has promised to deliver the best gaming experience you’ve ever had.

There is an explicit share button provided on the DualShock 4 that allows gamers to records and share their gameplay videos and screenshots on popular social networks.

Sony has even provided the ability to disable this button on will, to avoid people avoiding spoiler content to the Internet. Another impressive feature of the DualShock4 is its touchpad. The touchpad is a 2-click capacitive touchpad with a resolution of 1920 x 900, and is placed on the front side of the controller.

One spectacular feature of the DualShock 4 is that it can be easily paired with a PC via Bluetooth. So if you are a more enthusiast PC gamer rather than a console gamer, then you can go for this high-quality controller and you can get it just for a price of $59.99.

Here are the steps to set up it with your PC:

1. Press and Hold the PlayStation button and the Share button simultaneously. The light bar shall start flashing rapidly if you do this correctly.

2. Then from the PC go into Bluetooth Devices and choose ‘Add Devices’. Select the Wireless Controller that pops up and chose ‘Pair’. Once the pairing is successfully completed, the controller would be visible in the games menu.

There could be slight variations in these steps according to your operating system but this is the basic gist. The controller is scheduled to launch on November 15 in the U.S. and November 29 in the U.K. along with the release of the PlayStation 4.