Switch Release: MissionControl 0.2.1 released with support for FW 10.2.0 & 3 more controllers – You can now wirelessly connect 14 controllers unofficially to your Switch including the DualShock 4!
If you’re reading this article, chances are that you’ve got a couple of controllers lying around the house for your various consoles and devices. Unfortunately, these are rarely compatible cross-console but thanks to ndeadly’s MissionControl, you can use a good deal of popular controllers with your Switch and with version 0.2.1, even more are supported!
What is Mission Control? Which controllers are supported?
As the introduction explains, MissionControl is a sysmodule for hacked Nintendo Switch consoles running Atmosphere that allows you to connect various unsanctioned controllers to your console. Unlike Cathery’s sys-con which lets you connect various controllers via USB, ndeadly’s MissionControl allows you to connect your favourite controllers via Bluetooth meaning that you can play games your own way without any extra cables getting in the way!
When it comes to controller support, MissionControl currently supports the following:
- DualShock 4
- XBOX One S/X controllers that support Bluetooth (i.e. all excluding the Model 1537 & 1697 units)
- Wii U’s Pro Controller
- Wii Remote + Accessories such as the Nunchuck, Classic Controller & Classic Controller Pro
- Various Ipega controllers including the 9023, 9062S and 9096 with some others also potentially working
- Ouya, Gamestick, Gembox, Xiaomi Mi, Steelseries Free, GameSir G3s & Hori Onyx controllers
What does MissionControl 0.2.1 bring along?
MissionControl 0.2.1, which was released a couple of hours ago, comes with:
- Support for Firmware 10.2.0
- This firmware was released two days ago with Atmosphere being quickly updated for it
- Compatibility with the GameSir G3s, Hori Onyx and Steelseries Free
- An issue with the Wii U Pro Controller was fixed allowing extreme X/Y values in the analogue stick to be read correctly
Its developer, ndeadly, states that Atmosphere 0.14.3 (latest version) is required in order to use MissionControl 0.2.1 else the console would crash at boot. It is also recommended that one resets pairing information if updating from MissionControl 0.1.0 which can be done by following the link below.
You may get MissionControl 0.2.1 by following the link below then copying the contents of the downloaded “MissionControl-0.2.1” ZIP file to the root of your microSD card. To pair controllers, simply check out the instructions laid out in sysmodule’s README.
MissionControl 0.2.1 download link: https://github.com/ndeadly/MissionControl/releases
MissionControl’s README (information on pairing & more): https://github.com/ndeadly/MissionControl/blob/master/README.md
Resetting pairing information (if updating from MissionControl 0.1.0): https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/42353/~/how-to-delete-the-pairing-information-with-nintendo-switch
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