Owners of Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox One games console that have been patiently waiting for Microsoft to enable support for the new Xbox One controller to be used with PC systems.
Might be pleased to know that there is now a way to set this up, albeit unofficial. Lucas Assis has now developed a way to modify the ToCA Xbox 360 control pad emulator to work with the Xbox One controller. Check out the video after the jump to see how he has done it.
Lucas Assis explains : “Warning again, this was developed on under a day, I’m releasing due to a high number of people asking for it. It works, and it works great, but it’s not really that easy to install (involves installing another 2 programs, both which are open-source and adware free).
I recomend XPadder for setting up the gamepad to keys, or x360ce for XInput games (but I WON’T give support for x360ce, DON’T EVEN ask me about it. I inserted a little about it on this video, but x360ce is actually the most buggy app I have ever tinkered with. I don’t want this problem in my life xD).”
Source: KotakuFiled Under: Gaming News, Top News, Xbox