NVIDIA’s Shield TV, the company’s powerful receiver box, can now be connected to the Xbox Series X and S game controllers, as well as PlayStation 5s DualSense controllers. The long-awaited feature arrives as part of the Shield 8.2.2 software update, which also includes support for Control 4 home automation systems, as well as Discovery + and Noggins streaming apps. Connecting the controllers works as you would expect: Turn on the shield’s Bluetooth discovery mode, then press either the pairing button on the Xbox controller, or the PlayStation and Share / Clip buttons on DualSense.
Surprisingly, it took so long for NVIDIA to add support for these new game controllers, given that they already support PC pairing. But it̵