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It can be used to play on a PC but it does need special software. Try this address for software- http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-DS4-To-XInput-Wrapper
By DsH on April 30, 2014
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Buy Kontrol Freeks to put over the sticks. They cost about $10 right now.
By M. Feldmeier on August 13, 2014
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This can now be used wirelessly as of today! http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/07/02/ps4-controllers-now-work-wirelessly-with-ps3-consoles
By Tyler Travis on July 2, 2014
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actually you can now all you have to do is download download DS4 and xbox one drivers on the pc for it to work
For a working tutorial go to youtube and look up cnet controller pc and click on the first video from CNET that says how to use your console controller with pc. This will enable you to use the controller wire… see more
actually you can now all you have to do is download download DS4 and xbox one drivers on the pc for it to work
For a working tutorial go to youtube and look up cnet controller pc and click on the first video from CNET that says how to use your console controller with pc. This will enable you to use the controller wired or wirelessly except for the xbox one which i use and also the ps4 controller if you ask me both controllers work amazing with pc but the ps4 controller do not have the same buttons on microsoft support games on pc so i use the xbox one controller but use the ps4 controller for psp and ps2 emulators. see less

By Jawanze on July 24, 2014
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Yes, it does now. Sony just updated the PS3 to enable it. The details are here:
http://venturebeat.com/2014/07/02/playstation-3-gets-update-to-support-dualshock-4-controller-wirelessly/

By Pashta on July 3, 2014
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I'm pretty sure they changed the rubber. The sticks on my blue one feel noticeably different than the launch controller. The rubber feels harder.
By Dylan on September 4, 2014
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If you do mean the ps3, then no the new design is the micro USB the old one was mini USB.
By Joseph Obringer on April 20, 2014
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Community support for it on PC is great. Ds4windows makes your PC see it as a 360 controller by default, so you can use it with tons of games. You can set multiple profiles with different button layouts and different lightbar colors. The touchpad can be used as a mouse which is great when you want to watch Netflix and … see more Community support for it on PC is great. Ds4windows makes your PC see it as a 360 controller by default, so you can use it with tons of games. You can set multiple profiles with different button layouts and different lightbar colors. The touchpad can be used as a mouse which is great when you want to watch Netflix and aren't right next to your mouse. Its easy to setup too. You'll need a micro (or mini, bad memory) USB for wired play and a Bluetooth receiver of 2.0 or better for wireless play. see less
By 90's Kid on December 27, 2014
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honestly your phone charger probably has you covered
By Joseph Garcia on April 13, 2015
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It will actually work to a degree. If you use a micro USB cable and a USB OTG cable together it will work perfectly for games that use the gamepad mapper and gamestreaming. For android games with built in controller support the controls are sometimes messed up though and you can't use it wirelessly as far as I know.
By Isaac on August 23, 2014