I've switched to Steam beta and it seems like the Play Station Configuration Support via Big Picture Mode is not required any longer. I Just played some Rocket League and it works quite well. Controller-vibration is a bit buggy.It depends on where you buy it as well as when it launches. Steam just added Dualsense support, and they're adding haptic feedback and adaptive trigger support in a later update. So I assume Cyberpunk will support the controller.
Stadia>all IMO. at least for CP2077. U can, i repeat CAN, not 100% sure, get a chromecast and a stadia pad to for 59$ (wich is the game cost). If u're not going to play it on pc, for my thoughts, the order is:The lack of info is kinda depressing. Will the PS5 version support full dual sense features? Its a YES/NO or Yes later update, question. But CDPR is tightlipped af. I need to know which console to buy for CP77.
You don't need to find a PS5, I just got the controller cause I'm a PC gamer anyway, however I like to play a lot of stuff with a controller and so far the DS4 and DualSense are the best controller fit for me. The Xbox 360/XB1 controller is definetly not my fit, has a different grip and palm positionStadia>all IMO. at least for CP2077. U can, i repeat CAN, not 100% sure, get a chromecast and a stadia pad to for 59$ (wich is the game cost). If u're not going to play it on pc, for my thoughts, the order is:
PC>Stadia>XB>PS at least, i repeat, for CP. I highly doubt that CP will have dual sense support, since this game is, yes stunning, but a cross gen game.
Then, if CDPR will say different well... better for us :O
ps. GL finding a ps5 right now