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Xim 4 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter for PS4, Xbox One, 360, PS3
Compatible with Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 with compatible PC gaming-grade hardware'sConnects wirelessly using your compatible Android devices via Bluetooth or connects to PC via USB for gaming configurationsActive XIM4 community forum for product support, game support and hardware compatibilityComes with XIM4 Smart Translator, 6' braided microUSB cable and Quick-Start GuideDownload XIM4 Manager configuration app for Android via Google Play Store or download XIM4 Manager software via XIM4 website for PC
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111 Reddit comments about Xim 4 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter for PS4, Xbox One, 360, PS3:

u/_Hugh_Jass · 61 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I had no idea product like this existed for console gaming. More research must be done but I think I may have found my next purchase :-)

Yeaaahhhhhh fuck that. Maybe if the price point was around $100 then I'd be interested.

Edit 2:
Why is Amazon $100 more expensive even with the conversion?

u/Dioroxic · 23 pointsr/pcmasterrace

And then you plug in a Xim 4 and absolutely destroy everything because it's basically PC controls with aimbot...

u/Waterskier87 · 20 pointsr/battlefield_4

I believe something like this :

Xim 4 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter for PS4, Xbox One, 360, PS3

But from what I've heard, it still doesn't feel like you are using KB + M. It's better than a controller, but not quite the same

u/Gv8337 · 19 pointsr/Games

Did you not read the entire thread?

> We have lobbied and will continue to lobby for first-party console manufacturers to either:
> Disallow mouse and keyboard and input conversion devices
> OR
> Openly and easily support mouse and keyboard for ALL players

He wants a level playing field for console players. Currently in order to play with a keyboard+mouse combo you have to spend a hefty sum on a conversion adapter like this one here for $149.99

Jeff is asking that console manufacturers give native support for these peripherals so everyone can play with a mouse and keyboard without having to order an adapter that costs over half of what a console costs.

u/KTMDirtFace · 12 pointsr/destiny2

They are bitching. Blizzard/Overwatch lead designer condemned it.

One example.

Note: it just converts it to joystick controls and is a pain in the ass, doesn't work right compared to native support.

Xbox said they will be adding native support for mouse and keyboard, but then started skirting the question so who knows.

u/iTzSayem · 11 pointsr/CODZombies

If you want, you could always buy the XIM4. It makes it so that you can use the Keyboard/Mouse on the PS4/XBOXONE.

Fairly expensive.

u/Grevas13 · 5 pointsr/Overwatch

You would need an adapter that converts kbm input into controller input, like this one. Console Overwatch does not support kbm natively, so the adapter is necessary. Only way to not piss people off is to not tell them. It's typically viewed as cheating by the community. Blizzard, however, took a hands-off approach, leaving it up to Sony/MS.

Also, see a doctor about your thumb. Tendon issues (which I assume that is) are no joke, and you will regret it if you don't.

u/11fingerfreak · 4 pointsr/thedivision

No I actually know how to use it just fine. I’ve got scripts, access to a PC, had no issues with the coding and flashing. No technical issues. But it’s overkill. Most of what it can do better players already do anyway. And it feels like they do it better than the device does. There’s a lot you can script but why do any of that when you can just practice and achieve similar results? Then there’s input lag. I’ve seen videos of players running it with no problems. Me? I consistently had input lag on every game. When it wasn’t lagging it was fine, but it was 50/50 and that’s annoying enough to leave it shelved. Maybe I have too much EM interference but I’m not going to create a Faraday cage just to play a video game. If the key to doing a good part of what I’d want it for is just developing muscle memory and it’s laggy then that’s not enough to make me fall in love with it.

I also have the programmable Strike Pack. I like that device quite a bit although it lacks the flexibility of the CM. It also has less input lag than a CM, which is what made me feel the CM was clunky. What I don’t like is its poor fit around my controller. If it fit better I’d use it more often. Maybe it works better with older PS4 DS4s? But it’s interesting enough to tempt me to buy a Scuf or one of the other pro kits

If you’re looking for peripherals that will really give you an edge on console you’re better served by a Xim, a mechanical keyboard, a gaming mouse, and a large surface to use the mouse with. It won’t give you snap shotting or super quick zoom and shoot but it makes every shot more precise. That alone will put you ahead of even the best controller jockeys. The trade off is you need a desk or coffee table setup appropriately.


u/ozarkslam21 · 4 pointsr/blackops3

You can with something like this:

My friend uses one, and he loves it. He's a much better player now with this than he ever was with a controller (he's in his upper 30's and comes from mostly computer gaming in the past)

u/xMd3w · 3 pointsr/PS4
u/Prizeless · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

PS4 has this:

Good luck fighting a keyboard and mouse user on PS4 using your controller. If you're talking about cheating, there's actually less cheating going on in multiplayer games on PC than you think.

u/Bill_Brasky01 · 3 pointsr/PS4

Sony can't ban them because devices like the Xim4 hook up to your controller and emulate the controller inputs with a keyboard and mouse. It looks exactly like standard controller inputs to the PS4.

Read up on it...

u/Flight714 · 3 pointsr/consoles

The extreme (expensive) option is to get a keyboard/mouse converter unit for the PlayStation 4, like the XIM4:

u/RedMare · 3 pointsr/elderscrollsonline

Xbox doesn't support mouse (at least not yet, they are working on it for a future update). You have to buy an adapter to use a mouse on xbox.

Hopefully eso will get kb/m support in the future, when a mouse is officially supported by xbox.

u/FatBoyStew · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

XIM (XIM 4 in my case)

Not a perfect KBM feel, but its pretty damned close. Incredibly in-depth customization especially on mouse sensitivity curves.

u/DeV4der · 3 pointsr/borderlands3

in fact you actually can

there is a converter, I have one at home and have succesfully used it in the past for Battlefield Hardline and Destiny 1


let me look it up see if I can find the one I have


edit: it was the XIM 4 I have used in the past:


it comes with an app for your phone where you can adjust the y/x axis speed and what key matches what controller button, pretty handy, but I only used that when I was playing BF hardline and sucked at aiming with a controller.

In Borderlands its not that big of a deal to miss a headshot since you need many to kill :D

u/Jc36 · 3 pointsr/IndianGaming

The Xim adapter. Not cheap, and not the same experience as a mouse in a PC, from what I hear.

u/Douggiek26 · 3 pointsr/OWConsole

Yes it is possible, It is not really "cheating" in regards to Blizzard's bannable offenses, due to not altering the software or hardware, you are just using different additional hardware, like for pc users having better or worse mouses.
Does give an unfair advantage though.

u/TaylorCulosis · 3 pointsr/GearsOfWar

> I don't want to deal with kbm bullshit with a sniper


I'm guessing you don't have any friends on PC.

u/SocioVex · 3 pointsr/Overwatch
u/Skrub-eon · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace
u/Daft_Newell · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Yes, you have to buy an adaptor though. Like this:

Make sure to turn off auto aim when you play an fps as well, as it can ruin your aim when you play on PC again.

u/iChurchhh · 2 pointsr/FortNiteBR

You would need a mouse and keyboard adapter to use them on xbox. Xim4 is a popular one that people on consoles use.

u/BW_Yodo · 2 pointsr/Games

PC patch to fix what? XIM 4? I doubt it.

u/THERON_MINOTIS · 2 pointsr/thedivision

There is actually a way to play every PS4 game with a keyboard and mouse. You need the Xim 4 adapter that works with PlayStation 4. Connect a keyboard and mouse to it and the adapter will translate your keyboard and mouse inputs into DualShock 4 button presses, sending them to your PS4. The adapter will thus let you play PS4 games like you’d play a PC game, keyboard and mouse. The adapter basically works through tricking the PS4 into thinking you’re using a DualShock 4 controller.

this is the adapter

u/Valhalla1759 · 2 pointsr/DestinyTheGame
u/PhantomZhu · 2 pointsr/Overwatch

This adapter goes around the 'no support' games.
The product on your video might just be made differently.

u/Gingerstick13 · 2 pointsr/DestinyTheGame

If you don't have any issues using a keyboard and mouse you could do like Dr. Lupo does and connect a Xim4 to your console...

Might be your best bet to have more buttons around your left hand at your disposal... Hope this helps :)

u/chang-e_bunny · 2 pointsr/Smite

There's a ridiculously expensive adapter you can buy that translates mouse & keyboard to PS4 controls for $150.

u/Robjr42o · 2 pointsr/thedivision

You can buy the XiM 4 for Xbox One & PS4 for $174 or so that you plug your ps4, controller, mouse, and keyboard into. Ps4 supplies the power, controller (fully charged) gives the button mappings, and it maps all of that to Kb/M very accurately.. like you just plugged in that stuff w/o an adapter. If you need to edit stuff like rebinding/sensitivity, just download their app to your smartphone & connect via bluetooth.

Edit: link & price


u/coolfire1080P · 2 pointsr/Planetside

you can also get a xim 4 and use a mouse and keyboard. Not great but miles ahead of a controller.

u/eliteeggnog · 2 pointsr/gaming

Sorry was on mobile earlier and couldn't provide a link. Here's an example from Amazon:
Xim 4 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter for PS4, Xbox One, 360, PS3

I don't own a current gen console but I have heard these things "work" but they're not perfect since they convert the KB+M commands to a controller signal and send it to the console, presumably by some configurable mapping.

Either way official KB+M support would obviously be much more robust and I could see something like that potentially happening next gen especially on the Microsoft side as they try to blur the lines between Windows and Xbox even further.

u/Pendragon55555 · 2 pointsr/gaming

The way people use kb+m in online competitive shooters on console is by using something like this. Afaik very few games actually natively support kb+m on console.

u/One_Man_Matrix · 2 pointsr/PS4

Short answer, is Nope.

No K/M for any games thus far, and that would give you far too big an advantage in competitive multiplayer as well.

The best you could do is a third party peripheral that utilises a K/M and makes the PS4 think it's a normal Controller, i.e.

u/Gave_up_Made_account · 2 pointsr/Planetside

Until somebody decides to hook up an M&KB and then dominates everything.

u/Getterac7 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

With a mouse, if you move it X distance, your character rotates X degrees. It's a very simple and reproducible 1:1 mapping.

With an analog stick, rotation is based on how far you move the stick AND how long you hold it there, making reproduction much more difficult.

There's also speed to consider... an analog stick only can be pushed so far over, but with a mouse you can flick your wrist and do a 180 in a split second. There's essentially no upper limit to the speed you can rotate with a mouse, and there's essentially no lower limit to the speed either because you can move one pixel over at a time if you wanted.

So in the end a mouse is faster, more accurate, and more precise than an analog stick.


> Also if Keyboard and mouse is so great why don't people do in on Console do it to have a massive advantage?

They do. My friend has that to play Destiny and loves it.

u/eqtri · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

You can buy this adapter off Amazon. Pretty pricey, though.

u/rinwashere · 1 pointr/Fighters

I was in the same situation as you were in May.

It's actually closer to $350 CAD with the shipping and the conversion rate. I don't even know what the import duties are going to be like.

Best buy has the CronusMax Plus for $69.99 CAD plus taxes. It won't be tournament legal, and a converter hooked up to a computer is bound to introduce input/translation lag but it'll let you play on the keyboard.

You might consider a xim4 for $270 CAD or so but at that price range you might consider the hitbox.

Alternatively, you can buy some precut hitbox plexiglass and buttons and convert your HRAP4. /r/fightsticks will have more information on that, or google.

Edit: Here's a shoryuken thread on the topic.

u/RussianSkunk · 1 pointr/WritingPrompts

Ah, I assumed you needed an adapter like this one to use mouse/keyboard on console, which is a bit more pricey ($150). I was unaware that you could just plug them straight in.

As for the aimbot analogy, my point was that a mouse would give you a much faster reaction time than most anybody using a controller, just like how aimbots allow you to react more quickly. They both give the user an outside advantage. Maybe I'm wrong, and I certainly could be, but it seems unsportsmanlike to use something that will allow you to dominate so easily.

u/Rednekked · 1 pointr/PS4

Yes, there is an adaptor to make your PS4 think a KB/M setup is a controller.

u/toot_tooted · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

TIL what "xim" is, and yeah I agree that sounds like a very unfair advantage..

u/Unic0rnBac0n · 1 pointr/xboxone

IT actually is as easy as that and it can already be done by using one of these.

u/FlatulentMonkeys · 1 pointr/CoDCompetitive

It's really simple, actually. You have to buy an adapter, but they're pretty robust and easy to use. The XIM (linked above) allows you to play console games with a keyboard/mouse setup.

u/akkashtin · 1 pointr/Rainbow6

My friend who does game battles for the new call of duty just ordered one. Everyone on the top leaderboard uses one since it puts them on a whole different level.

u/codester_8 · 1 pointr/PS4

It's not cheap, but the XIM4 will let you do that for any PS4 game. I've also heard it's cheaper on XIM's website.

u/Kekker_ · 1 pointr/dragonsdogmaonline

Yea, but it's kinda expensive. Idk if it's easy to use, but I've heard nothing but good things about it.

u/NeedleNoggin316 · 1 pointr/Halo_5_Guardians

On Xbox / PS4 you can use the xim mouse keyboard adapter.

u/dsclaw88 · 1 pointr/Overwatch

You would need an adapter from what I have read. Keyboard and Mouse will work outside of the realm of most games (some games have built in support for them). I agree shooters would be better with keyboard and mouse, but am too cheap to purchase the necessary adapter.

See adapter below:

u/kraftacular · 1 pointr/DestinyTheGame

If you'd feel more comfortable using a mouse and keyboard, there is this. I haven't used it but played with a guy the other night who did and didn't have many complaints.

u/MrGhost370 · 1 pointr/pcgaming

No. Only some games support it. There is a m/kb adapter which costs $500. Not to mention it has an input delay on top of the small input delay that's on a console gamer's TV. It's extremely noticeable if you have any experience with PC shooters. It's good at certain things such as long range peaking and controlling recoil of a gun in a FPS. But it doesn't automatically make you a god. It's also hampered by console turn rate limits console FPS games have.

u/MdnightSailor · 1 pointr/FortNiteBR

Xim 4 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter for PS4, Xbox One, 360, PS3

u/Vekete · 1 pointr/Overwatch
u/HankHillPropaniac · 1 pointr/xboxone

I'd recommend this.

Xim 4 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter for PS4, Xbox One, 360, PS3

I feel like KB&M on Xbox is just going to be vaporware.

u/DookieTuesday · 1 pointr/xboxone

They're not allowed in regulated e-sports, no, but they are used in matchmaking on Xbox Live and PSN. And no, speaking from experience, most people can't tell you have one. They're more apt to blame latency. And remember, it's still not as good as native KB & M support - since you're still operating within the (albeit upper) confines of acceptable controller responses and there is no option to disable aim-assist.

Still, it's a hell of an unfair advantage... and it's not like these devices are expensive or difficult to come by.

u/YouAreSalty · 1 pointr/xboxone

I understand the technology behind this, so you don't need to re-explain it to me (although I appreciate the effort). What you are describing, that advantage needs to show actual evidence of significant gain. I think people some thing get hung up on the details, and forget that this is a game, this minute details are for the ultra competitive that most of us aren't in. Does this actually result in a statistical difference that matters? More importantly, is the user bothered by this?

For me, I probably don't care, because I couldn't tell in an encounter if they were running at a higher frame rate. It just looks like they pulled the trigger before I did.

Take for instance instead, kb/m in Gears 4 (since that is what I play). Whenever somebody abuses the kb/m advantage, I can instantly tell, because the game wasn't balanced properly between controller and kb/m. This means, kb/m users can instantly get one shot kills much easier with sniper and huge advantage with boltok/hammerburst. You go do so fast. This is a significant imbalance that frustrates me when they abuse it, so I turn off crossplay. However, there are people that uses adapters to connect kb/m to the console to gain that advantage.

>The kb/m is in fact cheaper than controller, unless they plan on releasing a ''official'' kb/m for no reason whatsoever then put a pricetag of 100 dollars, wich i don't doubt but there will be support for standard kb\m i hope atleast.

I don't think you understand what I mean. In order to connect kb/m to a console, you have to get an adapter from third party that is not sanctioned (and considered cheating). It cost $150:

I wish MS would just crack down on that, but there are disabled gamers that use this for legitimate reasons.

u/Col_Big_Boss · 1 pointr/gaming

You could, if you found a software workaround to make the console think it was a regular controller, which other people in this thread say is not recommended (dead zones still exist). But someone else in this thread recommended the [XIM] (
which is, according to them, supposed to simulate a mouse and keyboard 1:1. Seems a bit pricey to me, but if it interests you, go ahead.

u/CatatonicMan · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Wouldn't really work, because the XIM 4 exists.

Practically speaking, there's no way to guarantee that someone is using a controller.

u/NewfieMan709 · 1 pointr/Rainbow6

This one is and I hear xim is the more popular one.

u/half3clipse · 1 pointr/GamerGhazi

A mouse and keyboard set up won't make a bad player good, but if you've even half an idea of what you're doing you can run rings around damn near any controller player. Aiming is both much easier, it's much faster, and you've much better control over your character's positioning and direction. Unless they give the controler player stupid handicaps with built auto aim etc (which eww) you can littrealy strafe faster than most controller players can adjust their aim all while shooting them with high accuracy. You can also take quick snapshots and manage all sorts of other things with a mouse that has a much higher skill floor or is even outright impossible on a controller. If you managed on a controller vs mouse on quake you were either stupidly stupidly good at the game or playing vs incompetents. You could consistently beat a controller player in pretty much every version of quake by jumping left and right a bit.

And yes that matters for the PVP eco-system. This is a problem right now because you can go out, spend 150 bucks and buy one of these and the folks that use them completely shit on pvp game play. Black ops 3 on console had/has problems with it (added stupid on PC, they put aim asit in for controllers, and you could shenanigans it so that was while using the mouse and keyboard). Hell Overwatch (have a article about it) has problems with it, get someone on the other team with that adapter and you're going to have a bad day. If they're playing ana or tracer or any other hero that benefits from very high accuracy expect to have a really bad day. You do not need to look very hard to find examples of entirely mediocre players dominating on console thanks to this. Sniper McSnipey's point and click adventure beats someone with a joystick.

Also the effect of aftermarket accessories on gaming is so so much nonsense. Top tier players use them for the same reason sports players use Nike products; they get paid to. There's no major difference between a $20 mouse and a $200 mouse except some more buttons, a few LEDS and the branding.

u/crownpr1nce · 1 pointr/Rainbow6

Sure you can sadly Games dont need to be optimized or anything.

Its not quite as fluid as a PC KBM, but close enough that you get a massive advantage.

u/dtate24 · 1 pointr/Rainbow6

[No mod necessary.] ( And I can understand the cost argument, but if you're getting into the gaming world for cost and you're buying a console + PC controller + online gaming service, you're looking at dropping around $700. It's not that much more to buy a low-end gaming PC, AFAIK.

As far as ease of use goes, I'd say the two are equal, if not more so for controllers given that they're made for one thing and one thing only, as opposed to the M&K setup, which was first designed for text editing as its main purpose. I'm assuming you're a PC player? Not being derogatory, but I'm not making it up that M&K gamers on console FPS games are viewed in the same light as hackers in the console community and I could understand how a PC player wouldn't quite understand that.

Edit: In looking at the XIM comments I saw a user that had a disability which made it unable for him to use a controller properly. When I said earlier I couldn't see a reason that a console gamer would use a M&K setup aside from getting an advantage, I didn't think about disabilities and I wanted to say that obviously this is a perfectly acceptable reason to use such a setup. But aside from being unable to play on your console otherwise, M&K users are still as scummy as scummy gets in the console world.

u/Johnuts · 1 pointr/PvZGardenWarfare

Keyboard and mouse are the norm for PC players. Whereas the majority of console players would use a gamepad. I don't think the average consumer would consider buying Xim 4 which costs around 145.99$.

All what I'm trying to say is that keyboard and mouse, regardless of the console, outperforms game controllers due to the flexibility of editing settings (sensitivity, buttons ..etc). Or why else would people consider getting Xim 4 in the first place!

u/RyuCounterTerran · 1 pointr/OverwatchUniversity

Try getting a XIM for PS4. It's basically a keyboard and mouse adapter. I'm all for "pad warriors" as I used to be one a long time ago, but there is really no comparison to using a mouse.

u/bullseyed723 · 1 pointr/xboxone

> Throw in KB+Mouse and I'll never have a hope of being good.

First, most of the top players already have mod/cheat devices to make the console think you're using a controller when you're actually using a mouse and keyboard.

Second, MS is adding mouse and keyboard support anyway. Unclear how they'll keep controller folks separate.

u/massagingyou · 1 pointr/WidowmakerMains

I only see it for $350??

u/Cheesedoodlerrrr · 1 pointr/gaming
  1. The device you have to buy to make your dominant hand usable costs more than your darts and dartboard combined

    Xim 4 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter for PS4, Xbox One, 360, PS3

  2. The tournament organizer says using your dominant hand is cheating.

    For real, when Blizzard says "Doing [X] in Overwatch is cheating. Please stop doing [X]" I dont get how people can defend continuing to do it.
u/DC_Filmmaker · 1 pointr/gaming
u/immortaldev · 1 pointr/Overwatch

Neither am I. Seems like he/she is just a good player. It's possible they have the Xim 4 or something similar, but I doubt they have "hacked" the game in some way.

u/flappers87 · 1 pointr/Overwatch

I don't play on PS4, but last time I checked, KB&M is not compatible with the game, and that you have to get some special adapter to trick the console into thinking you're using a gamepad. Something like this:

I could be wrong though, but googling doesn't find me any posts or topics saying that people can using KB&M without an adapter.

If people are using these things, then there is literally nothing Blizzard can do - as it's an exploit with the system itself, not the game.

u/O__1 · 1 pointr/thedivision

Still considering getting it myself. I have one of these xim 4. I bought it for destiny and absoultly wrecked.

u/Captainjim17 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I can't think of any PC games that don't support keyboard and mouse.

Are you looking to use a Keyboard and Mouse with a Playstation 4 or Xbox One?

If So I believe something like a XIM4 will work:

u/KingZero632 · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

The only thing I can think of a is a keyboard to PS4 converter

u/neilthecellist · 1 pointr/titanfall

I have more critical advice. Don't treat this game like a casual, that's not to sound elitist, but, if you don't master at least some of the things that /u/frothyomen teaches in his videos, your Titanfall 2 experience will not be as rewarding from a PvP standpoint - (PvE in the form of Frontier Defense is not really affected).

The issue with TF2's playerbase and the game's design has it so that if a player is really good on one team (say, Frothy or mrleet) and the other team is all casuals, the casuals team will get wrecked out of the sheer lack of wall running, grav-star-boosting, grapple-lurching playstyle that a non-casual is more than likely going to run in a match, no pun intended..

It may help to spend 10-30 minutes in a private match, solo, so you can practice some of the techniques that non-casuals use.

Also, since you mention being on XBOX, I highly recommend the XIM4 mouse and keyboard for the XBOX consoles - you will absolutely wreck matches and set a high bar for match quality.

u/Rec0de · 1 pointr/WWII

Not everyone is using a gamepad... I don't use this, just merely pointing it out...

u/Yumbees · 1 pointr/HaloWars

This thing apparently works well, if you wanna give this a look..

u/ItWasDumblydore · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I checked from their site 129 on theirs or 220 on Amazon

124 USD = 163 CAD

PS4 Pro = 499$ (486$ is a sale)

662$ CAD Total, from that we can - Keyboard + Mouse + Monitor from the total cost because you would've needed those things for a console

A even better gaming computer = 680$

But even then it's usually out of stock on their site and this is the only Canadian retailer selling it so...

u/jameaney · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I'm the same way. [THIS] ( fixed it for me. Some say it's cheating but I don't ever play anything ranked nor do I play enough that the better controller players still can't beat me. The only problem is the price, but it's bluetooth can save like 16 profiles and use most popular PC peripherals.

u/viktor_ralyeff · 1 pointr/razer

It will not work without a converter in between, as PS4 lacks the necessary drivers.
You could go with a converter like this: and it should work, also you could use a keyboard as well.

u/LtCthulhu · 1 pointr/EliteDangerous

Hmm maybe the other interface has better performance. It's this one:

The Xim 4.

u/reymt · 0 pointsr/battlefield_one
u/YouEatAllMyBeans · -1 pointsr/H1Z1OnPS4

People are saying that this is a good thing,but this makes it easier for the people to have a unfair advantage.

A regular mouse+keyboard can cost you as little as £10,it might not be the best experience but it still gives you an advantage over controller.everyone spending £10 puts everyone at a similar level

But because there isn't mouse+keyboard compatibility there will be people who spend over £100 to get something like this to use mouse+keyboard.This means people will have to spend an unreasonable amount of money just to stay on level playing field with people who are willing to spend a lot of money on gaming peripherals,making the game almost pay-to-win

u/dismal626 · -2 pointsr/FortNiteBR

It still won't truly feel like a mouse would on a PC, but it's something.

u/UnlikelyPotato · -3 pointsr/todayilearned

It's funny, I view consoles as being more pay to win than PCs ever could be. It's already possible to use a keyboard and mouse with current consoles. The people that use the hardware have a significant advantage.

u/Srelathon · -5 pointsr/Overwatch

You’re a moron. You need to buy an adapter. Console is unable to recognize KB+M just by plugging it in, it just thinks they’re two more controllers.

u/MortalJohn · -12 pointsr/Games
u/RokMeAmadeus · -21 pointsr/Blackops4

Plus plenty of players use a XIM on console. I feel at a disadvantage with a controller, considering.

edit: just check amazon.. plenty.