i went to settings,then game play and enabled 360 controller and nothing happen.
anyone playing PC version with Xbox controller?
i just bought it i dont own a xbox.im not too familiar with them.i plugged it in and it installed fine.ive had it plugged in for a couple of hours now and all 4 lights are blinking.is that indicating the battery isn't charged?
its also a downloaded version of the game.could that be an issue?
Did you buy a wireless controller? If so you need an additional receiver attachment. If you bought an Xbox 360 controller then it won't come with one. You either need to buy one separately, or return the one you bought and try to get a Games for Windows- Live package that has both the wireless controller and the receiver. Alternately, you could just buy the wired version.
If you have the wired version and all four lights are blinking, then there is something wrong. Only the upper left quadrant should light up if it is installed correctly. It will flash all four when your PC is starting up and then it should change to just the upper left light.
This may be a dumb question, but did you actually leave the options screen? I think you need the game to save your preferences before it switches to the gamepad, and that is done by going back to the general menu.
Other than that, more information about your setup would be welcome.
I notice you mentioned plugging in your controller. I actually had a friend of mine trying to plug his wireless controller to his pc with the recharging cable thing. It may seem like a silly question, but the controller you're plugging in is a wired controller right? Another reason I ask is because you mentioned the four lights blinking. I've only ever experienced this with wireless controllers when they're trying to synchronize with a receiver.
@SlasherMan said:If it's wireless how can he plug it in with a cable?
If it's a wireless controller, you will need the wireless receiver for it. Plugging it in with the Play and Charge cable does not work.
The wireless controllers have a plug at the top which you can use to hook up to any device with a USB port using a Play and Charge kit. The cable is only used for power charging, though and not for transmitting input data, unlike the PS3 controller for instance (which is also wireless, but can still be plugged in via USB).
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