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Dualshock 4 Can Now Wirelessly Sync With PS3

July 2, 2014 / 3:39 PM

By: Zack O'Neill


Sony has released a new update for the PS3 that allows it to sync wirelessly with the Dualshock 4 controller. Before the update, anyone was able to use a Dualshock 4 with a PS3 with a wired USB connection, but now the controller can sync with the console through bluetooth. The only problems still existing with this update are that the sixaxis, vibration, and touchpad still don’t work, so don’t expect to be able to play games like Heavy Rain with your DS4. Otherwise, everything still works just fine and you’ll be able to play using the more modern (and comfortable) controller.

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Zack started working at VGTribune at 15 years old and has been gaming since the the age of 2. He is currently in college studying film and technology with plans to continue in the game industry. He’s also really good at Counter Strike.

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