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Steam Is Adding Full Support For The DualShock 4

If you’ve got a PS4 lying around, chances are you’ve got a few controllers to go with it. And if you also happen to have a gaming PC, then you’ll know the occasional frustration that sometimes comes with support for Sony’s gamepad — at least compared to the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, which work perfectly. But no more. At the Steam Dev Days conference in Seattle, Valve announced that they were adding native support for Sony’s controller — with added functionality to boot.
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