Since the announcement of the PlayStation 4 back in February, Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida seems to have been on somewhat of a war path (in a good way), when it comes to promoting his product.
Taking on Twitter, Shuhei has said that the PlayStation 4’s controller will be compatible with Windows PCs “basic functions” and “the analog sticks and buttons will work just fine.”. Currently at this time it is unknown if this same level of compatibility will extend to other operating systems like Lynix and others.
Yoshida explains that DualShock 3 lacks Xinput, but didn’t elaborate as to whether DualShock 4 supports it.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 will launch on the 15th November in North America and the on the 29th November in European territories.