Steam has received support for PlayStation 5’s dualision controller and is currently working on features such as LED, Trackpad, Rumble and Gyro in public beta Steam desktop clients. The controller will be recognized and currently work with all games using the Steam Input API. An official post from the Steam Community Forum states that LED, trackpad, rumble and gyro features will work with many games, but does not mention any support for the controller’s signature adaptive triggers. The post also states that platform-wide support will be added to the DualSense controller after further testing.

A few weeks ago, Valve Initial added Input support To steam PS5 Dualdis controller and at that time, Rumble, Trackpad and Gyro features were not implemented. After adding these features to the client, Valve is now Announced Will recognize game controllers that use the Steam input API. Games that support LED, trackpad, rumble and gyro features include Death Stranding, No Man’s Sky, Horizon Zero Dawn and more. For now, this support is available in the public beta Steam desktop client and to test it, users have to opt for beta.

Valve has also shared that developers will not need to update their games or release patches. Static releases for these features will be added platform-wide after further testing. So far, there is no exact release date.

Developers who are already using the Steam Input API in their games will not have to do anything further to enable support for these features. Developers who are not using the Steam Input API will have to enable Steam Gamepad Emulation for PlayStation controllers by default.

Valve says that the number of daily average users playing steam games with the controller has more than doubled in the last two years. “Controller usage has increased even more among players using Planet Controllers,” says Valve Controller, which has grown from 10.9 percent of controller play sessions to 21.6 percent of all Controller sessions across Steam in the past two years . “

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