Lies of P Controller Not Working Fix

In our Lies of P Controller Not Working Fix guide, we are going to give you several different solutions for this problem. For the most part, we will explain what to do if Lies of P is not detecting controller on Game Pass, which seems to happen pretty often. However, we will also talk about using DS4Windows to make a PlayStation controller work. Let’s get straight into it.

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Lies of P Controller Not Working Fix

How to Fix Lies of P Controller Not Working

There are several things you can do to fix your controller not working in Lies of P, depending on your platform and which controller you’re using. However, it does seem to impact people playing on GamePass the most, so that’s what we’ll be focusing on. Okay, the first thing you should check is whether you have two controllers connected. This can cause problems. Close the game, then unplug the second controller. Try playing again and see whether it works. Another thing to do is to exit the game and close it. Next up, open your Task Manager and end any process that Steam might be doing. Then, open Game Pass again and start playing Lies of P again. It should be better now, because having Steam opened apparently causes the game to recognize inputs as keyboard and mouse.

Yet another thing to do if your controller is not working while playing Lies of P is to uninstall your Xbox controller using the Device Manager and restart your computer. This is a one-time fix, because it resets whenever you close the game and/or go away for a longer time. Lastly, if you’re using a PS4 controller, installing and using DS4Windows can help, as long as Steam is closed. Just be sure to uncheck the Disable Virtual Controller option and change the Emulated Controller dropdown to an Xbox controller. Also, you might have to go to Profiles > Edit > Touchpad tab and change the Output Mode to Controls, as well as set Button Activation Mode to Click. However, having Steam off seems to be the main fix that works best.

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