xbox one controller drivers now available for computators

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#51 Posted by highking_kallor (524 posts) -

Pfft inferior tech. K/B and Mouse rule forever.

#52 Edited by SolidTy (43238 posts) -

@CrownKingArthur said:
@SolidTy said:

@CrownKingArthur said:

watch out. roses can be really sharp.

thought i'd warn you because you're probably used to the wit around here, and that's not very sharp at all.

HEY! I resemble that remark.

remarks - he resembles

fanboy rubbish - dissasembles

before him posters tremble

with perfect hair like a ken doll

dis dawg's got po-tential

yo, and one last message to all the haters - "Hi guys!"

Hahahaha...I got nothing. That delivered quite the chuckle.

Huh, I suppose it's because I'm not A-sharp at all, lol.

#53 Edited by SolidTy (43238 posts) -

highking_kallor said:

Pfft inferior tech. K/B and Mouse rule forever.

O'Doyle Rules!

#54 Posted by donalbane (16339 posts) -

I have one, and I tried it, and it worked well... notably a better experience than the Xbox 360 controller in terms of it's rumble effects and feel when I tried it with Watch Dogs. It felt identical to the Xbox 360 controller when I tried it with Sniper Elite v2, though, so I think the improved rumble needs to be built in and will only work with newer games.

I won't be using it all that much, though, because I prefer the wireless option available with the Xbox 360 controller. I heard they don't know for certain that the One controller will ever work wirelessly with PC, which is a shame. I like to play my PC games on my TV sometimes in another room, and require wireless connectivity, so I am bummed out by this news. But wired, I'd say it's an improvement - at least for recently released multiplats that offer Impulse Trigger support.

#55 Posted by GrenadeLauncher (4861 posts) -

Too late, all the sensible people are using Dual Shock 4s now.

#56 Edited by sailor232 (4700 posts) -

I've been waiting for this, never owned a Xbox 360 and have wanted to use my Xbox One pad on my pc since launch. Gave Dirt 3 a quick go with it this morning, was excellent, press play and that's it.

#57 Posted by Speak_Low (1085 posts) -

It's good that it released right now. They said "soon" but we had no idea what that meant (like 6 months "soon"?)

It would be interesting to see if Dead Rising 3 PC takes advantage of the new rumble features of the Xbox One controller as well. Anyone here have DR3 on X1 and can tell us if the game has any interesting uses of the rumble triggers? I read that Forza uses it well (you feel a well-modulated rumble of your car tires sliding on turns, going from one side of the right trigger and moving all the way through the center, then to the left)

#58 Edited by B4X (4730 posts) -

I got a warning for my STUPID in this thread.

I apologize truly if I offended any one. I just had two steroid injections in my NECK for a bulging disk. Not my best outing.

Again sorry.

#59 Edited by SolidTy (43238 posts) -

Dang, some feels were caught but everything all good now.

#60 Edited by Jeager_Titan (947 posts) -

Well PCgamer posted a review for the controller. (They gave it a 90 :P) xbox one controller review

#61 Edited by B4X (4730 posts) -

@jeager_titan said:

Well PCgamer posted a review for the controller. (They gave it a 90 :P) xbox one controller review

Controller is amazing once you get used to it. At first I was uncomfortable with the Bumpers. After extended use.

I think, It hands down blows the 360 controller out of the water. From my first hand extended experience with it.

#62 Posted by ConanTheStoner (5283 posts) -

@CrownKingArthur said:

what a shit thread tc and you're not even funny. fucking asshole.

#63 Posted by UnbiasedPoster (825 posts) -

Finally herms get some games to play with the controller.

#64 Posted by getyeryayasout (7488 posts) -

@CrownKingArthur said:

what a shit thread tc and you're not even funny. fucking asshole.

+1 TC causes cancer.

#65 Edited by Evo_nine (1728 posts) -

@GrenadeLauncher said:

Too late, all the sensible people are using Dual Shock 4s now.

lol symmetrical analogue sticks....yeah have fun with those.

#66 Posted by lostrib (36902 posts) -

@GrenadeLauncher said:

Too late, all the sensible people are using Dual Shock 4s now.

...or just stick with the 360 controller we already have

#67 Edited by santoron (7732 posts) -

I hear they don't work with the wireless receiver that the 360 used, so I'll probably just stick with what I have and maybe switch up when/if my 360 pad bites it.

#68 Posted by Alucard_Prime (2960 posts) -

@freedomfreak said:

@b4x

My son, calm down. System Wars is nasty place filled with sheens and non-sheen. It's hard to keep yourself together, but I've been here for so long... Conflict and victory are my parent, so B4X, stand by me. Be my son. Be my pupil. I shall guide you through this land.

Haha, great post. I get where B4X was coming from, but yeah you really cannot get upset at some of the things being said in this forum. Myself I think the Xbox One controller is the greatest controller ever made. At first it took me a bit to adjust to the new bumpers, but once I did(they are meant to be pressed differently than the 360 ones), there was no going back....every other controller I've held since then feels inferior to it.

#69 Edited by GrenadeLauncher (4861 posts) -

@Evo_nine said:

@GrenadeLauncher said:

Too late, all the sensible people are using Dual Shock 4s now.

lol symmetrical analogue sticks....yeah have fun with those.

#70 Edited by clyde46 (46248 posts) -

The 360 pad just feels better compared to the DS3 and DS4. You can argue about stick and button placement but when you are playing a game for an extended period of time the best controller is the one that doesn't make your hands cramp.

#71 Posted by verbalfilth (4587 posts) -

I own two x1 controllers. One of which is the day 1 edition.

Bumpers have so much resistance. It feels so unnatural. I have to press the bumpers twice in most cases since the initial press doesn't register.

Dpad is still crappy...not much to say here.

I wouldn't use the controllers if given a choice.

I'm just waiting for a decent third party controller to come out so I can ditch the things.

#72 Edited by Evo_nine (1728 posts) -

@GrenadeLauncher said:

@Evo_nine said:

@GrenadeLauncher said:

Too late, all the sensible people are using Dual Shock 4s now.

lol symmetrical analogue sticks....yeah have fun with those.

you know....just because you put a tick next to something, it doesn't make it better.

the Microsoft controller feels perfect and plays perfect. Sony was even considering copying the design but chose the traditional layout because that's what sony gamers are used to.

so yeah...once again, have fun with those symmetrical sticks and I hope you don't get rsi.

#73 Posted by FoxbatAlpha (7084 posts) -

@CrownKingArthur said:

what a shit thread tc and you're not even funny. fucking asshole.

Whoa go easy on him or i will tell Foxbatalpha on you!

#74 Posted by GrenadeLauncher (4861 posts) -

@Evo_nine said:

you know....just because you put a tick next to something, it doesn't make it better.

the Microsoft controller feels perfect and plays perfect. Sony was even considering copying the design but chose the traditional layout because that's what sony gamers are used to.

so yeah...once again, have fun with those symmetrical sticks and I hope you don't get rsi.

It's proof how wrong and hypocritical lemmings are. How are you supposed to get RSI from symmetrical sticks? Lemmings make any excuse for not being perfectly able to slip into any controller quickly like I and non-lemmings can.

#75 Posted by clyde46 (46248 posts) -

@GrenadeLauncher said:

@Evo_nine said:

you know....just because you put a tick next to something, it doesn't make it better.

the Microsoft controller feels perfect and plays perfect. Sony was even considering copying the design but chose the traditional layout because that's what sony gamers are used to.

so yeah...once again, have fun with those symmetrical sticks and I hope you don't get rsi.

It's proof how wrong and hypocritical lemmings are. How are you supposed to get RSI from symmetrical sticks? Lemmings make any excuse for not being perfectly able to slip into any controller quickly like I and non-lemmings can.

You can get RSI from a lot of things. Clues in the name.

#76 Edited by Evo_nine (1728 posts) -

@GrenadeLauncher said:

@Evo_nine said:

you know....just because you put a tick next to something, it doesn't make it better.

the Microsoft controller feels perfect and plays perfect. Sony was even considering copying the design but chose the traditional layout because that's what sony gamers are used to.

so yeah...once again, have fun with those symmetrical sticks and I hope you don't get rsi.

It's proof how wrong and hypocritical lemmings are. How are you supposed to get RSI from symmetrical sticks? Lemmings make any excuse for not being perfectly able to slip into any controller quickly like I and non-lemmings can.

Well my point is that the controller is not ergonomically sound, which increases the chance of RSI. Yes it may be a tad melodramatic, but this is system wars.

#77 Edited by FoxbatAlpha (7084 posts) -

GAmE FuCKinG On!!!!!!!!!!!

#78 Edited by GrenadeLauncher (4861 posts) -

@Evo_nine said:

Well my point is that the controller is not ergonomically sound, which increases the chance of RSI. Yes it may be a tad melodramatic, but this is system wars.

DS3 and DS4 controllers are perfectly ergonomic. Been using them for 15 years and never had a problem with any of my joints. You're no more likely to get RSI off them than off any other controller. Stop making excuses and get good.

#79 Posted by R4gn4r0k (16612 posts) -

@CrownKingArthur:

Connecting a wire to hook the Xbone controller to your PC ?

What is this ? Feels like a decade ago...

#80 Posted by GoldenElementXL (3186 posts) -

Just played some Trackmania Stadium with the XB1 controller. Felt good. Now I'm just waiting for the Defiance update to finish. It just went free 2 play so hopefully there are people on now.

#81 Posted by CrownKingArthur (4781 posts) -
@R4gn4r0k said:

@CrownKingArthur:

Connecting a wire to hook the Xbone controller to your PC ?

What is this ? Feels like a decade ago...

huh? i assume you're ridiculing the lack of wireless for the xbone controller on the PC?

if yes, jolly good quip old chap!

i use a wired 360 controller. when batteries died half way through ornstein and smough, that's the impetus for change.

#82 Posted by R4gn4r0k (16612 posts) -

@CrownKingArthur said:

huh? i assume you're ridiculing the lack of wireless for the xbone controller on the PC?

if yes, jolly good quip old chap!

i use a wired 360 controller. when batteries died half way through ornstein and smough, that's the impetus for change.

But my PC is too far away from my TV to go with USB cables :(

I use a rechargeable 360 battery and when it dies I just plug in the standard battery pack that came with the controller.

I want a wireless Xbone controller good chap !

#83 Posted by chessmaster1989 (29272 posts) -
@FoxbatAlpha said:

GAmE FuCKinG On!!!!!!!!!!!

y no desktop