If you favor to get caught into your Steam PC video games with a controller moderately than the ol’ mouse and keyboard, you’re in luck – the Steam client beta just added a batch of additional support for Xbox controllers with a new replace. Alongside choices to make use of more controllers, the replace has ushered in some adjustments that imply now you can tinker with a number of the Elite and Series X bindings.

The Steam client beta replace notes for January 5 announce the patch has “added a setting for extended Xbox controller support,” which you’ll be able to allow by heading to the ‘General Controller Setting’ choice in your Steam settings menu (it’ll want a driver set up and PC restart to work). The options of this “extended” support embody the power to alter up the bindings for the Xbox Elite controller paddles – these 4 helpful controls on the again of the gadget – in addition to the choice to bind the Xbox Series X controller’s ‘share’ button, too.

Additionally should you’re eager to have even more Xbox controllers on the go, you are able to do – the replace provides support for more than 4 of them.

It’s neat to see more Xbox controller support being added to the Steam client beta, giving gamers an growing variety of choices over which package they will use with Valve’s platform – however there’s a nifty replace for PlayStation 5 controllers, too, in the event that they’re more your bag. The client beta has added a change that provides some more customisation over the PS5 DualSense controller’s LED function, too.

You can take a look at the adjustments in full over on Steam here should you’re eager to see what’s modified – there are another support additions for the Wooting Two optical mechanical keyboard and “non-gamepad input devices like the HOTAS and G15”, too.

If you’d like to present the brand new options a go, you possibly can choose into the Steam client beta utilizing the instructions here earlier than the adjustments later go dwell.