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XBOX controls? Oh god why?

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So, i just started up the PS4 version of Skyrim and as soon as i take control of my character i directly notice this game uses the Xbox controll scheme. Where as on PS3 R1/L1 was for attacking, R2 was for special and L2 was for running. On Xbox, this was the other way around. I had this game on PC (not special edition) and in the setting when you enabled controller mode you also got these Xbox controlls.

 

Now ussually im not one for nitpicking but i have 1500 Hours spent on the PS3 version. Why would bethesda throw the controlls the other way into the Xbox controll scheme for the exact same game? If i want to attack i don't wanna do it with the less firmly attached R2/L2 buttons. This makes no sense. Aaargh. I just want my trusted PS3 controll scheme. Now i might just skip this game entirely.

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Cos the PS4 controller has triggers similar to 360, makes sense. Just change it in settings :dunno: 

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Because PS3 triggers were garbage and the PS4 triggers are fine.

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They're not Xbox controls, they're just the normal controls when they don't have to be adapted to the inferior Dualshock 3 triggers. Pretty standard to see this when games move from PS3 to PS4.

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Can't you just change your control scheme either on in game or PS4 settings? I dunno why make a topic to complain about it.

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Nevermind. I didn't know you could control remap. Wasn't possible on Skyrim for PS3 or PC

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