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PS4 & Xbox One Controls for STAR WARS: Squadrons

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What buttons do what on my PS4 & Xbox One controller? What are the default key bindings?

Every control option on the PS4 & Xbox One version of STAR WARS: Squadrons. You can customize the key bindings in the options menu. Simply navigate to Options > Controls from the main menu of the game.



Controls For PS4

  • Cross: Cycle Targets / Target My Attacker (double-tap)


  • Circle: Countermeasures


  • Square: Focus Shields / Convert Power


  • Triangle: Ping Target / Acknowledge Ping (double-tap) / Comm Menu (hold)


  • R2: Primary Weapon


  • L2: Select Target Ahead / Targeting Menu (hold)


  • R1: Fire Right Auxiliary


  • L1: Fire Left Auxiliary


  • Right Thumbstick/R3: Pitch (vertical) / Yaw (horizontal) / Free Look (double-tap)


  • Left Thumbstick/L3: Throttle (vertical) / Roll (horizontal) / Boost (tap) / Drift (hold while boosting)


  • Directional Button Up: Increase Weapon Power


  • Directional Button Down: Balance Power


  • Directional Button Right: Increase Shield Power


  • Directional Button Left: Increase Engine Power


  • Options: Menu


  • Touchpad: Show Loadout



Controls For Xbox One

  • A: Cycle Targets / Target My Attacker (double-tap)


  • B: Countermeasures


  • X: Focus Shields / Convert Power


  • Y: Ping Target / Acknowledge Ping (double-tap) / Comm Menu (hold)


  • RT: Primary Weapon


  • LT: Select Target Ahead / Targeting Menu (hold)


  • RB: Fire Right Auxiliary


  • LB: Fire Left Auxiliary


  • RS: Pitch (vertical) / Yaw (horizontal) / Free Look (double-tap)


  • LS: Throttle (vertical) / Roll (horizontal) / Boost (tap) / Drift (hold while boosting)


  • D-Pad Up: Increase Weapon Power


  • D-Pad Down: Balance Power


  • D-Pad Right: Increase Shield Power


  • D-Pad Left: Increase Engine Power


  • Menu button: Menu


  • View: Show Loadout


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