- Oct 27, 2017
I don't know if anyone's asked this or not, but do they fit on both the original and newer DS4s?
The LED lightbar on the touchpad thing did too, I wasn't sure if anything else changed or not. I guess not if we're not seeing any complaints.
Only problem there is that it doesn't unmap actual R3. So if you are prone to press too hard on L3 or R3 (like I am sometimes) you'll still do it with the attachment =(
The first method didn't work, but the second one worked fine. Thank you. From now on, instead of double null, I'll go with left null and right R3 on one profile. This is to keep it from actually triggering something (like on the PS4 UI screen) when I don't need an active profile up.You can do two things:
1. Toggle between profiles while you're in programming mode. This way you can select the profile you set to double <null> and reprogram it.
2. Factory reset the attachment by pressing down & holding both back buttons and the center button simultaneously for about 5 seconds or so.
Ah, good point, I forgot about that!
And this solves what exactly? This thing doesn't magically turn off buttons, so if you hit L3 again, you will just perform another melee attack.
Yes, works on both revisions. I tried it on a 20th anniversary DS4 primarily but also put it on a newer DS4 with the touchpad lightbar. Both worked fine.
well that sucks. nevermind then
I think it would depend on whether the altered ergonomics would affect his ability to use the dpad comfortably and accurately. I don't use a dualshock for fighting games, but I use a pad, and if I had to hold it differently it would probably hurt my execution and/or comfort. I don't know if it's a matter of just getting used to it or not; I haven't used the attachment for more a couple minutes.
He’s actually a weird case of someone who mainly uses the left stick.I think it would depend on whether the altered ergonomics would affect his ability to use the dpad comfortably and accurately. I don't use a dualshock for fighting games, but I use a pad, and if I had to hold it differently it would probably hurt my execution and/or comfort. I don't know if it's a matter of just getting used to it or not; I haven't used the attachment for more a couple minutes.
My thoughts exactly. Really enjoying this attachment now that I'm used to it. I also remember my middle finger cramping up due to the modified ergonomics. Thought I was going to have to return it for that alone. Luckily, it hasn't been an issue since the first few hours of using it.
I have the same problem with most FPS games that have melee mapped to R3. Go into settings and change to button puncher. Takes a while to get used to punching with Circle and sliding with R3, but now it won't interrupt your shooting you will just crouch lol.
I have the right button for reload and switching around the left to see what I like most. Currently, it's jump but sometimes I have it set to switch weapons.
With mine, I mapped dpad left and right. Could also do R3 to make it easier for some weapons to get to clutch claw. I took mine off though. Made the controller not feel as comfortable in my hands.
thanks for the suggestion i'll try that!
I don't know about needing it, but I do think that back buttons will be the standard on the DualShock 5, yeah. This attachment was probably created so that people using their old controllers won't be at a disadvantage when playing multiplayer games with people who are using a DS5.