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One of the cool things Xbox owners can do is use their Xbox wireless controllers to play games on their PCs. The compatibility they have with Windows 10 opens up a lot of opportunities for a good time away from the Xbox itself. A similar thing is now happening with the Joy Con controllers, the small controllers that come with the new Nintendo Switch console.
Joy Con controllers can be used with other devices
Many are buying the new Nintendo Switch and are fascinated by the mechanics behind it. However, some might be interested in playing something other than The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. In this case, playing some of the games stored on a Windows 10 PC sounds like a great idea. The great thing here is that the Joy Con controllers are actually compatible with Windows 10, meaning that users can use a Bluetooth connection to establish a link between the two.
Just connect them via Bluetooth
It is worth noting that the two controllers have to be connected to the computer through Bluetooth individually. Once they are connected to the Windows 10 PC, the next step involves downloading the JoyToKey app which lets users map out the buttons on the controllers to suite the commands of a PC game.
They are compatible with many devices
Once that’s done, users are free to play games on Windows 10 devices using the Joy Cons. They also work with Android devices, showing that they have a broad palette when it comes to compatible devices. It is yet unknown whether players would be able to connect the controllers to a Windows 10 Mobile device, but it’s only a matter of time before someone on the internet confirms or denies this.
Nintendo has created quite a ruckus in the gaming industry with the launch of its newest console, the Switch. Many are eager to see how Nintendo will handle this very successful launch and how it will proceed as far as new game releases go.
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