On November 15th last year Sony finally released their long-awaited next gen console, the PS4. The next day tech savvy gamers were already trying to get an edge by modding in keyboard and mouse support for actual gameplay.
Almost a year has passed and only two games currently have keyboard and mouse support by default: Final Fantasy XIV and War Thunder. During this time a few methods have popped up that allow a keyboard and mouse to be used during gameplay (PS4 already has mouse/keyboard support in the UI outside of games) in place of the standard DualShock 4 controller for games that do not already have support built-in. These methods range from complicated hardware mods of the DualShock 4 (requires a lot of programming and electrical engineering knowledge) to much easier adapters, such as the Titan One, and similar products that are simpler for the average person to setup, customize and use.
The goal of PS4mouse.com will be to test and review these various devices and other PS4 hardware/add-ons that can expand the capabilities of your console, in return giving you more precise control and a better overall experience with gaming on the PS4.
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