PS4: DualShock 4 works with Xbox 360, according to this footage

Monday, 28th October 2013 12:30 GMT By Dave Cook

PlayStation 4′s DualShock 4 controller has been recorded working with Xbox 360. The YouTuber who made it happen can be seen playing Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 using Sony’s pad on Microsoft’s console. Check it out here.

YouTuber RageBeefSA claims that the above video was made possible using, “a combination of JoyToKey, a Cronus Device, and Cronus Bullseye software,” and follows this recent footage of DualShock 4 being used to play Hotline Miami on Mac.

It seems to be quite a versatile controller indeed. This DualShock 3 and 4 comparison video shows the device in more intimate detail.

PS4 launches November 15 in the States and from November 29 across the UK, Europe and other territories.

Via IGN.



  1. VibraniumSpork


    That’s some seriously dedicated trolling right there.

    #1 12 months ago
  2. Dragon

    So, DS4 works with-
    1. PS4 (duh)
    2. PS3
    3. 360

    Soon to be announced-
    1. Xbox One
    2. PS2
    3. PS1
    4. Xbox
    5. Every Ninty console
    6. Your toaster
    7. Hair Dryer
    And much much more.

    #2 12 months ago
  3. Erthazus

    DS4 actually works very well with the PC/STEAM if you will choose XINPUT option.

    #3 12 months ago
  4. livewired500

    @3, you have tried it. I would love to get away from the 360 pad on PC. I would much rather use a DS design without having to deal with motionjoy.

    #4 12 months ago
  5. VibraniumSpork

    Side note: Playstation 4 Camera unboxing videos have been popping up – .

    Great size and comes with a TV-top stand in the box!

    #5 12 months ago
  6. MFBB

    #4 I read about it on neogaf.

    Works fine via directinput.

    If a game requires xinput you need to use x360ce.

    Its a file you copy in the game folder, after that it works with DS4 aswell.

    May be Sony will release something official, was always wondering why they never did it for the DS3 and we had to use fan made tools/drivers.

    #6 12 months ago
  7. CyberMarco

    @4 Here you go:

    #7 12 months ago
  8. gameoholic007

    @2- You forgot PC and Mac also. =)

    #8 12 months ago
  9. pcbros

    Is this a good thing for Sony? Why would you want it to work on the competitor’s hardware?

    Does the Xbox One controller work on PS3/PS4? That would seem odd.

    #9 12 months ago
  10. CrazyDave

    #10 12 months ago

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