Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch Pro-Controller Works Natively With PC

If you’re looking to find a second use for your Nintendo Switch Pro-Controller then you’re in luck. DreWolf on YouTube has very recently uploaded a video to his channel showing that the Pro-Controller will, without much hassle, sync to your PC via Bluetooth. Surprisingly you won’t need to use a USB cable to pair it up with your desktop.

Take a peek at his findings below:

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      1. So basically you need added software to get the Dualshock working on PC?
        Do you see what I mean?

        Microsoft’s Xbox One S Controller and Nintendo’s Pro Controller don’t need added software to run, but Sony’s Dualshock 4 needs software to even run as well as a dongle to use it wirelessly.


    1. I used to build gaming PC’s in the old days, but it’s just not worth it anymore (to me that is)
      Gaming on a console is sooooo convenient, having the devs funnel into your hardware instead of playing catchup and dealing with a lot of patches and network issues. (IDK if kids these days have to deal with the networking issues we did back when I PC gamed, but it was a pain in the ass!)

      So. Don’t feel too bad. :)


  1. Crap. Now I have to decide which controller to use to game on my Surface Book with Performance Base.

    The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, or the Moga Power controller.


  2. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

    So I can play games on PC using it? Well if I ever get a PC game, I know what controller I’ll be using.


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