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Silent Hill 2 - Play with a PS4 Gamepad
(on your PC)

instantly add PlayStation 4 controller support to any PC game - PS4 Dual Shock wired or wireless

PS4 controllers work on most PC games, but Silent Hill 2 may not support it properly.
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Silent Hill 2 Controller Support for PS4 Gamepads
  • Use your PS4 controller on a PC
  • Software supports any gamepad
  • Easy to setup in a few minutes
  • Advanced customization options
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Silent Hill 2 profile
Author: 
Merick
Total Downloads: 
10,697
author's profile notes
This profile is compatible with any standard PC Gamepad, Xbox 360 Controller, Playstation (PS4, PS3, PSX), or any similar devices
Here's an Xbox 360 gamepad profile I made for the pc version of Silent Hill 2. I've created a command set for all the default keyboard settings except for quicksave/quickload. A few things you should know - SH2 is picking up both the profiler commands and the gamepad buttons at the same time, which can cause some probs while playing. To fix this, go to the control options in the game and set all the gamepad controls to the same button - as you set each control it will clear the previous one, making it unassinged to any gamepad button. When all other controls are cleared from the gamepad column of the control setup, you can then set that button to either quicksave or quickload. (I used the back button for this, and left it unassigned in the profile)

Also, I'm playing Silent Hill 2 through gametap so if you have the original retail version you'll need to change the .exe target in the profile settings