The PS4 is now released in the EU, but due to shipment shortages is not available for sale unless pre-ordered a long time ago. Luckily, it seems as though Dualshock 4 controllers are availble for sale in a number of shops already.
I've long decided to buy the PS4 as well as a second Dualshock 4 controller, so I've been considering buying the "second" controller now in order to replace my old Xbox 360 controller, whose D-Pad is useless and whose RB button no longer responds correctly. But before I buy the Dualshock 4 early, I wanted to know how well my PC will support it.
I already know that "basic functionality" such as analog sticks and some buttons work on the PC, but what exactly does work, and what doesn't?
Can I expect the same key-mapping on the PC as on a PS4?
Basically, can I replace my Xbox 360 controller with a Dualshock 4 and still play games like Batman Arkham Asylum/City/Origins as if I were using the old Xbox 360 controller?