There’s nothing like playing with a controller to perform at your best in many video games, such is the case with sports and fighting titles. That’s why the news that Windows 11 will allow the use of controllers in Android games is very good.
Since February you can use Android apps in Windows 11, now games are added to this feature.
Now you will be able to pair a PS4 controller to play Call of Duty: Mobile, for example. But the range of possibilities is very wide, as it will also be possible to connect the Xbox controller or use the always efficient Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.
So, the information is official, you will be able to employ controllers in Android games if you have Windows 11. But that’s not all, another interesting feature is that they will also work with keyboard mapping. The gaming experience will be significantly improved, especially in competitive titles.
Windows 11 delivers on the promise of being able to use controllers in Android games
The update that will have this new feature is package 2206.40000.15.0. This is already rolling out in the United States and they are distributing it via Windows Insiders. In addition to fixing some OS bugs, it aims to optimize the use of Android apps on the computer.
As we mentioned, the update brings with it support for controllers and key mapping for apps and video games that are installed on Windows 11. It is very clear that the new features are aimed at gamers of mobile titles.
Despite this, other interesting improvements it incorporates are the optimization in scrolling, network utilization and restructuring of some of the security protocols of the operating system.
Finally, it has not yet been announced when the update will arrive in Spain. We hope it arrives soon because it is already being distributed in the United States. But, going a little further, the good thing about all this is that Microsoft is working flat out to perfect Windows compatibility with Android, which is really great.