“DualSense Firmware Manifest” Sighted On SteamDB

PlayStation DualSense Wireless Controller is playable on Steam already.

Gaming is a practice that can be done on a wide range of platforms. One of its most beautiful aspects is how we can play video games in so many places. The most popular of these are obviously consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, alongside PC. 

Even though this variety does allow us to have options, it also places restrictions on gamers. Not every game is available across all platforms and you can’t experience them on the device you have bought. Some titles are exclusive to certain platforms and are only available there.

Controllers function on the same pattern and you can only use the controllers specific for one console. However, PC has a luxury in this respect as it allows you to use any console if the right firmware is available. Recently a new update has come to the firmware for the PlayStation DualSense Wireless Controller on Steam. 

Recently, we came across the application page for DualSense Firmware Manifest on SteamDB. According to the new entry in the database, this “manifest” got an update on 9th June 2022. So, this has been a fairly new addition to the system and could mean something new might be coming to Steam. 

PlayStation DualSense Wireless Controller is already playable on Steam and you can use it with ease. Hence, this is an update to this feature that already exists rather than being a brand new addition. Players have had a guess at what this new firmware update could mean.

Even though PlayStation DualSense Wireless Controller is available on Steam, the adaptive triggers don’t work. It’s arguably one of the most outstanding features of the next-generation controllers and not having them on PC is a big miss. So, maybe this new update will allow us to finally use adaptive triggers on steam and have a really immersive experience.

An official hassle-free driver for the PlayStation DualSense Wireless Controller is also not available on the PC yet. We don’t have an official way of getting Windows support for this controller. Hence, this can also be the error-free and upgraded version of DualSense Wireless Controller support that players deserve on PC. 

With Sony making moves to put more games on PC, this also makes a lot of sense. Players will buy more DualSense Wireless Controllers if they have a smooth way to run them on PC. However, all of this is just speculation based on this one piece of evidence and we know nothing for certain.

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Ahmed Mansoor

Your average video games enjoyer with a deep passion for single-player adventures who writes about his favorite hobby.