And people made fun of the XB1 controller for using regular batteries.
At this point I never play with my controller unplugged. It seems one solid session with a game is enough to drain it down to the red so why bother. On the 360 when I could use those Eneloop rechargeable batteries they would go for weeks and I always had a spare ready to pop in.
Not sure if the light on the PS4 pad is draining that much juice but there really ought to be an option to have it off completely. I've set mine to "DIM" but as I said, one longer session and it's dry again.
(one longer session being like 3.5 hours or so while also using voice chat)
So DS4 has a built in battery that you cant change?
Why on earth?
I just bought a PS4 and plan on using it with my DS4 wired to the thing, will it still become useless in a year because it doesnt understand to bypass the battery when its connected with a USB cable?
I mean i use a Xbone controller on my PC and i dont have batteries in it since its always connected to my PC via USB.