Step 3 - Choose Your System

Select the system you are gaming on and then follow the setup instructions for your preferred connection method, either USB, Bluetooth or Wireless Adapter.

Each 'Connect by...' setup page begins with the controller instructions for the selected system and continues with how to setup CROSSOVER controllers (scroll down for a detailed explanation of Crossover).

You are also provided with a list of supported controllers for each system but remember that if it isn't listed it doesn't mean it's not supported. Test and let us know if you have a working licensed controller that is not listed so we can get that fixed 🙂

PlayStation 5

Xbox Series X|S

Nintendo Switch

Windows PC

PlayStation 4

Xbox One

PlayStation 3

Xbox 360

Android

CROSSOVER EXPLAINED

CROSSOVER is any controller not belonging to the console you are gaming on.

For example, using an XBOX ELITE S2 on a PLAYSTATION 5 or a DUALSENSE on a NINTENDO SWITCH is CROSSOVER.

Most consoles require a license donor controller connected to A1 at all times when you're gaming with any CROSSOVER controller. This table shows which consoles require a donor controller and how to connect any CROSSOVER controller (it's almost always connecting it to A3 or pairing to Zen using Bluetooth).

Platform

A1 Donor?

Notes

Windows PC

NO

Enable PS REMOTE PLAY to emulate DUALSHOCK 4. XO to A3 or Bluetooth.

PlayStation 5

NO

Use PS4 SPECIALITY or the PS REMOTE PLAY methods. XO to same as DUALSENSE.

PlayStation 4

YES

DUALSHOCK 4 v2 is best. ASTRO C40; other third party support A1 donor. XO to A3 or Bluetooth.

PlayStation 3

NO

Set output to PS3 XO to A3 or Bluetooth.

Xbox Series X/S

YES

Set output to AUTO. Xbox XS to A1 donor. XO to A3 or Bluetooth.

Xbox One

YES

Set output to AUTO. Xbox One to A1 donor. XO to A3 or Bluetooth.

Xbox 360

YES

Set output to XBOX 360

Xbox 360 to A1 donor. XO to A3 or Bluetooth.

Nintendo Switch

NO

Set output to SWITCH XO to A3 or Bluetooth.



Updated 08 Jun 2022
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