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ConsoleTuner is proud to announce 3 new features and 2 new GamePacks for the Titan One device. These new features are part of their continued development and support of the Titan One device released earlier this year.
In case you didn’t know, the Titan One is a hybrid controller adapter that allows gamers complete control over their input devices (game pads, steering wheels, etc) on their favorite video game console (PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360). The Titan One allows gamers the ability to add mods (rapid fire, anti-recoil, auto reload, etc) to their OEM controller without voiding their warranty. CrossOver Controller Support, means you can use another console’s controller on your favorite console (Xbox 360 on Xbox One, PS4 on Xbox One, etc). Keyboard and Mouse, Button ReMapping, and Macro Support round out the basic features of this innovative, jack of all trades, device.
The new features released for Nov 2014 are as follows:
Visual Programming Interface – For the first time those who are not well suited to writing code can finally create their own custom mods and features for their controllers using a visual interface. By dragging and dropping blocks on to a blank canvas, the user can create simple and complex modifications visually without writing a single line of code. This code can also be tested and programmed on to one of the 9 Titan One memory slots for use in-game or shared with the community online with the click of a button.
Tournament Edition Firmware – This new firmware for the Titan One allows gamers the possibility to use their favorite controller in many local tournaments. This firmware disables all the available cheat (Macros, GamePacks, Scripts, etc) and only allows for CrossOver Controller Support and Button ReMapping. A “T” is prominently displayed on the LED readout to designate this firmware is being used.
Partial PS4 CrossOver Support – Until this feature was released the only way of using another controller on your PS4 console was to connect the Titan One to a PC or laptop. With this feature that is no longer necessary. Using this feature, you can now connect your controller directly to the Titan One and your console. There is a small limitation to this feature in that it requires the controller to be automatically reconnected every 10 minutes. This reconnection takes less than 1 second and will not interfere with most game play. When this occurs the game will pause and unpause on it’s own for less than 1 second while it reconnects. It’s this reason why it’s considered partial and not full support. Full support is being worked on and will be available as a free firmware update in the future.
Two New GamePacks have also been released:
- Call of Duty Advanced Warfare
- Blacklight Retribution
Both GamePacks are available now and of course are free to all Titan One owners.