Jedi Survivor Fix Controller not Working – Star Wars Jedi Survivor is an action-filled adventure game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by none other than Electronic Sports. This game is a sequel to the original Jedi Fallen Order game and is available for PC, Xbox and Playstation Consoles.
AAA Titles like Jedi Surviors are best enjoyed with controllers, but alot of gamers on different forums are complaining about the controller not working on Jedi Survivors. This is a very common issue, and Since we faced a similar issue initially, we decided to give you a quick idea of what steps you can take to fix this issue. So the article will guide you on fixing the controller not working on your PC when playing Star Wars Jedi Survivor.
Star Wars Jedi Survivor Fix Controller not Working For PC
These are the three fixes that you can try out to fix the controller on Working on PC for Star Wars Jedi Survivor.
Use a Wired Game Controller
Although it is the era of wireless devices, most often, you will find issues with wireless controllers. Issues like input lag, disconnecting randomly, or not getting connected at all are common; hence, switching to a Wired Game Controller can be the best option. Especially if you are using the PS5 Controller, you might face issues connecting it via Bluetooth. We faced a similar issue, and once you switch to a wired controller, it solves the issue for us and will solve it for you as well.
Disable the Steam Input
Disabling the Steam Input can help load the default profiles for the Star Wars Jedi Survivor. Here are some of the steps to disable the Steam input.
- First of all, exit the game.
- Get back to the desktop and open the Steam app.
- Go to the library, find the Star Wars Jedi Survivor, and right-click on it.
- Click Properties, and find the Controller option on the left.
- Select that, and an option will be available for you to check “Override for Star Wars Jedi Survivor”
- Select the “Disable Steam Input” option.
- Relaunch Star Wars Jedi Survivor and it will work now.
Check if your controllers are properly connected.
To see if Steam has properly detected your controllers, head to the Steam app and follow the steps.
- First, go to Steam and open Settings.
- Then click on the Controller option that will be on the left
- Go to the General Controller Settings that are on the left panel
- The plugged controllers will be automatically detected.
- If not, then disconnect the controller and then connect it back again.
- Restart your system and check whether it is showing up or not.
So as we mentioned earlier, we faced a similar issue when starting up the Star Wars Jedi Survivor for the first time. But disabling the Steam Input worked for us. We tried connecting the PS5 Dual Sense Controller wirelessly, but it didn’t work, and then we connected it using a Type-C USB Cable, and voila! It started working again! I hope the developers will notice this and fix it in the upcoming patches.
So this was all about Star Wars Jedi Survivor Controller Issues and their Possible Fixes.
The good news is EA is well aware of these issues, and is working on a patch at the moment. Expect an update very soon. You can post your Star Wars Jedi Survivor Technical Issues here.
If you think this guide has helped you, then let us know in the comment section below. And for more Star Wars Jedi Survivor PC guides, keep an eye on Frondtech. We will be covering every single technical issue of the game on the launch day. Good luck!
That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on April 28, 2023
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