Many users purchased DualSense drivers to play games on a PC, even if they did not have a PlayStation 5 console, and were therefore prevented from performing a firmware update because it required a connection to the console.
From now on, you no longer have to go to a friend when you need to update your remote because you can do it directly from your computer. Sony has provided a firmware update tool that you can install on your computer and update via USB from your computer. This allows PC users to fix bugs and improve command performance.
The application runs on Windows 10 and Windows 11 and allows you to update only one command each time you connect to your computer. In addition to being able to play on a PC, the controller is also used by gamers who use Remote Play to play PlayStation 5 games remotely.
See the gallery to update the DualSense driver on your PC:
1 – Download the application from the firmware website and install it on the computer where you use the command.
2 – Run the application and follow the on-screen instructions to install. During the installation, you may be prompted to install other software required to update the firmware. Don’t worry, just follow the on-screen instructions.
3 – Start the DualSense Wireless Driver Firmware Update you have installed on your computer.
4 – Connect the remote control to the computer with a USB cable and follow the upgrade instructions. Do not shut down the computer or disconnect the USB cable during the upgrade process.
5 – As soon as the process is complete, you will receive a message. Press OK to complete the process.
6 – Remember that a firmware update only allows one driver update at a time, and they must be connected individually and the process repeated.
Sony recommends that you update the driver to the latest firmware version. Each time you start the console, the system checks to see if a new version is available. On your PC, you can run the application to see if you need to install a new update.
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