Genshin Impact Wireless Controller Update Mentions DualSense Edge, Key Binding

Genshin Impact Wireless Controller Update Mentions DualSense Edge, Key Binding

HoYoVerse offered an update on the Genshin Impact wireless controller support for people playing on PCs and iOS devices. It essentially went over the controllers that do and don’t work with the game on those platforms. It also went over how to handle Genshin Impact key binding again. More importantly, the update ended with the company noting it is working on DualSense Edge support for PCs. (As people might imagine, the PS5 version already works with that controller.)

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There’s no release window for when people might get to use a DualSense Edge when playing the game on a PC. The announcement noted compatibility “is not complete.” It did note that it eventually will be ready for general use.

HoYoVerse also offered an updated list of wireless controllers that will work with the PC and iOS versions of Genshin Impact. If someone is using an iPhone or iPad, they could use a PS4 DualShock 4, Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2, or Xbox Wireless Controller. All three of those controllers will work on a PC as well. In addition, the PC version of the game is compatible with a standard PS5 DualSense. Once you’re using one, you can change the key bindings to alter controls by going to the Keys section in Settings.

Genshin Impact is available for the PS4, PS5, PC, and mobile devices, and DualSense Edge support is in the works for the PC version.

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