Nintendo Switch

Cronus Zen supports all versions of the Nintendo Switch console. Connect your favorite Nintendo, Xbox, and PlayStation controllers, including Mouse & Keyboard support, all with access to the famous Cronus GamePacks and GPC script engine.

👉 This page includes the following important information for Nintendo Switch gaming:

👉 Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Controllers to Nintendo Switch Guides:

  • Connect by USB
  • Connect By Wireless Adapter
  • Connect By Bluetooth

SUPPORTED NINTENDO SWITCH CONSOLES

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Console Version

Supported

Nintendo Switch (HAC-001)

YES

Nintendo Switch (HAC-001-01)

YES

Nintendo Switch (HAC-010)

YES

Nintendo Switch (HAC-015)

YES

Nintendo Switch TV Dock

YES

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SUPPORTED INPUT DEVICES

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All the controllers, mice, and keyboards that are supported by Cronus Zen will work on the Nintendo Switch. That includes most licensed controllers for Nintendo, Xbox, and PlayStation by either USB, Wireless Adapter, or Bluetooth, as well as most Mice and Keyboards! All default button re-mapping is done automatically by the Zen 👍

PlayStation

  • PS5 Controllers
  • PS4 Controllers
  • PS3 Controllers

Xbox

  • Xbox X/S Controllers
  • Xbox One Controllers
  • Xbox 360 Controllers

Nintendo

  • Switch Controllers
  • Wii Controllers

Other

  • Mice & Keyboards
  • Mobile Devices
  • Zen Back Button

CHECK SWITCH CONNECTION

To quickly check if the Zen is correctly linked to the Switch and not paired to the controller's Bluetooth, select Controllers from the Switch menu and if the icon says USB, the Switch is synced to the Zen correctly. If it does not say USB, then the controller is paired directly to the Switch and not to the Zen. Simply tap Zen's reset button to resync and fix 👍

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SWITCH CONSOLE SETTINGS

You must enable Pro Controller Wired Communication for Cronus Zen to correctly pair with the Nintendo Switch.

  • System Settings > Controllers and Sensors > Pro Controller Wired Communication: On
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Connect by USB

Connect By Wireless Adapter

Connect by Bluetooth