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Best and Most Used Controllers for Rocket League | Guides by Rabb1t
Since there’s no massive variety within the popular controller options (there’s no difference in sensor or side buttons etc. such as with computer mice) it’s mostly up to what kind of shape and feel you prefer your controller to have. The DualShock 4 has mostly the same features as the Xbox controllers, though the Xbox One Elite controller and Razer Raiju both sport extra triggers and buttons, so if you feel like you’d benefit from having these extra means of input and you’ve got the cash to spare then by all means go for those.
A small but important side note; the Dualshock 4 works seamlessly with Rocket League on PC so you can just plug it into your USB port and start playing without having to download third party software.
Most Used Controllers for Rocket League
It’s no secret that Rocket League is best played with a controller. Which one you use is mostly up to preference. Most of our professionals opt for the DualShock 4 and around some choose to use the DualShock 3. Xbox controllers are the second most popular option. They are used by about 16% of Rocket League professionals in their various varieties (it’s about a 60/40 split between the Xbox One controller and the Xbox 360 controller) and one pro opts for the Xbox One Elite controller. There’s also one professional who uses a Razer Raiju.