Soon, PC users with a Dualshock 4 controller sitting around will see it as a more worthwhile controller when gripping a mouse and keyboard on the sofa just doesn't cut it.
Announced at a talk during Steam Dev Days, Valve announced plans to expand its controller mapping functionality across a wider range on PC controller others than its own - starting with the PlayStation 4's illuminated set of buttons.
Citing how the sleek controller incorporates a gyro sensor and touchpad similar to their own controller, Valve explained how you'd map the device "exactly the same as a Steam Controller."
In the past, those looking to give Sony's joystick more life outside the PlayStation 4 usually needed to use an external program to combat the lack of official support added into games - unlike the Xbox line of pads. Now, however, any game running through Steam should soon support the device as Valve's new system handles all the communication.
And don't worry if you're running something a little more obscure. They've promised the Dualshock won't be the last to receive this special treatment.