During the Steam developer conference this week Valve has announced that Steam has will received native support for Sony PlayStation 4 controllers.
Jeff Bellinghausen from Valve Software announced the news at the Dev Days and provide a quick glimpse at the expansion of the Steam Controller configuration options to the PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller.
Valve is also looking to add support for other controllers and the PS$ controller has been added first due to its similarities with the Steam controllers such as gyro and the touchpad.
Unfortunately no information on availability has been released as yet, but as soon as information announced we will keep you updated as always. Steam explains more about the Dev Days conference currently under way.
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