Valve tests wireless, There is good news if you are trying to use Sony’s new console to play PC games. Valve started testing the initial support beta for the PS5’s DualSense Board a few days ago, and has followed up with support for advanced features like gyroscopes, trackpads, LED and rumble.
An update to the just arrived Steam beta brings further adjustments to the rumble effect while using DualSense, and enables rumble when the controller is connected wirelessly. Valve tests wireless, The only big feature left to add is support
There’s no word on when PC developers will follow the impressive minigame in Sony’s Astro’s Playroom with titles that likewise take advantage of the console’s capabilities, but that connection comes much faster than introducing DualShock 4 support.
If you’re trying to use DualSense with non-Steam games, the unofficial DS4Windows project recently released an update with new console support (you’ll need to plug in the controller to use the light bar or rumble), plus Nintendo Joy cons.
Source : engadget