Elden Ring has now been performed with a Fisher Value controller.
New Zealand streamer Rudeism (aka Dylan Beck) is thought for his controller tinkering and, after a jokey Twitter post from Wario 64, took on the problem of modifying the children controller.
Over two weeks, he modified the Fisher Value controller right into a working Xbox controller and confirmed off his creation with a spot of Elden Ring.
Beck used a clone of an Arduino Professional Microcontroller contained in the controller and reassigned the assorted button inputs.
Better of all, the controller retains all of the sound results and lights of the Fisher Value toy controller. That features a little jingle when the management stick is clicked.
One main caveat is the shortage of proper stick, begin, or menu buttons. As a substitute, the yellow slider alters inputs, permitting the stick to manage the digicam and the face buttons to enter menus.
this is the Fisher Value Xbox controller in motion!
let me know what video games you’d prefer to see me play with it
— Rudeism (@rudeism) May 1, 2022
Beck is not any stranger to bizarre controllers. Final 12 months he accomplished Darkish Souls 3 with one button, all within the title of accessibility.