Sony Bringing Official DualShock 4 Support to PC and Mac Dylan Duarte August 24, 2016 News Using a DualShock 4 with a Windows PC or Mac has always been possible through third-party apps, but that’s a less than ideal solution. On top of that, said apps only give you basic functionality when the DualShock 4 has quite a bit to offer. With PlayStation Now coming to Windows, gamers will want to be able to use their controllers in a fully functional way, and that’s exactly what Sony is giving them. For $24.99 users can buy a USB adapter that will bring everything the DualShock 4 has to offer to the computer. That includes the touch pad, light bar, motion sensors, vibration – you name it. As long as whatever game you’re playing supports, the feature will be available. While twenty-five bucks feels a bit steep, this adapter was a necessary move on Sony’s part. Bringing PlayStation Now to PC is a great idea, but the experience would be absolutely hampered by having to do some frustrating work-around to get your controller working. The adapter will be available starting in September. Share This With The World!