'generally' hotas support and such on consoles requires console creator to be on board. While games themselves 'can' program direct support it is inefficient at best since they'd need to do it for each and every hotas people want to use.I suspect it's way to early to ask this but will the PS4 version support HOTAS?
If only someone sold a PS4 compatible HOTAS...If the PS4 supports it now, I don't see any reason why it wont support Elite Dangerous.
Though, the real question is, will PS4 support HOTAS, and I think that is a question that needs to be asked to Sony.
Just click the link - it's a HOTAS setup for PS4, with PS4 buttons (not PC) ones on it made by Thrustmaster.Though, the real question is, will PS4 support HOTAS, and I think that is a question that needs to be asked to Sony.
Not true, HOTAS is a much requested feature on XboxOne as well, if its up to Frontier, this was a thing already. Microsoft is the one not allowing it.. (Yet)The game "War Thunder" supported any joysticks. HOTAS support depends on the willingness of Developer!