How to change button layouts on PS4 controller: Realign controls and remap buttons to suit your style

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The PS4's DualShock 4 controllers are equipped with tahe button remapping feature, meaning that fans are able to tweak their button layouts according to their own style.

If you are not a fan of a game's pre-made control scheme, then you might as well change it.

Just make sure that you align those buttons in an organized manner, or at least, something that you would understand and be familiar with.

Here's how to change layouts on your PS4 controller - from realigning the controls to remapping the buttons to suit your style.

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How to realign controls and remap buttons on PS4 controller

Evil Controllers has listed ways on how to realign controls and remap buttons on your PS4 controller.

The first thing you need to do is to find the Accessibility Menu located on your PS Dashboard. After you do so, click the "Button Assignments" option, and choose the "Enable Custom Button Assignments" through clicking the check box on the side.

Proceed by clicking the "Customize Button Assignments", and you'll see the current control and button layout you are using.

You can now realign the controls and remap the buttons on your PS4 controller. Just make sure to save it so you can use it anytime.

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Review your control and button layout

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You might want to take a photo of your customized control and button layout for your own reference.

But if you want to actually go back and review your changes, just head again to the Accessibility Menu. Choose "Button Assignments" and you can now see your current layout.

And if you want to disable it, just click the check box beside "Enable Custom Button Assignments." It will immediately go back to the default control and button layout of the PS4 controller.

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