Razer Wildcat - PC Support

Discussion in 'Console Peripherals' started by j9xinca, Aug 31, 2015.

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  1. j9xinca

    j9xinca New Member

    As most people are asking without getting a clear answer. Will this work on the PC? Will there be any synapse support so that we on PC can use the button remapping feature? Also, the quick control panel, the biggest selling point for me, can PC users actually utilize the quick control panel or map it so that we can have things such as a quick mic mute, push to talk, etc?
    Please someone from Razer answer these questions.
     
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  2. Smin1080p

    Smin1080p New Member

    Would really like to have some clarification on this as it would make it an insta-buy if PC support comes with it.
     
  3. vampirivan

    vampirivan Well-Known Member

    I think they will add the Windows compatible info in the product sheet if it is.
     
  4. Stevie_Eye

    Stevie_Eye Active Member

    Gonna go ahead and support this post. PC support details? As a follow up question I'm interested in buying the Razer TV for some extra casual gaming during the week while I'm in school. Will there be support for that or if I get the Razer TV should I go with the serval?
     
  5. SirJayDee

    SirJayDee Active Member

    I would be surprised if it does not get Windows 10 support.
     
  6. Odesius

    Odesius Active Member

    I would presume it works already, but if it doesn't I imagine it would very shortly. Windows 10 has brought xbox closer to pc
     
  7. ShamX0

    ShamX0 Active Member

    xbox one controllers work on pc. so i don't see a problem for wildcat to work aswell. maybe it will identify as xbox controller.
     
  8. haloboi

    haloboi Active Member

    All Xbox one controllers work on PC currently WITH the micro USB cable. The Wireless adapter coming soon doesn't really effect the Wildcat. Seeing as how the Onza and Sabertooth both work on Windows 10 wired and the Wildcat is a wired controller; So there is no reason it would not be Windows compatible. Since the product page does not mention Synapse and the other 2 controllers dont utilize it, I do not see it being used on the Wildcat.
     
  9. technokat

    technokat Director, Social Marketing Staff Member

    To clarify, yes the Razer Wildcat will work on the PC.
     
  10. RazerBD.com

    RazerBD.com New Member

    Then put the Razer Wildcat Controller for Xbox One into the PC division of Controllers in your product list.
     
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  11. 1748256190

    1748256190 Member

    Yeah, it works, guess I'm going to purchase this Controller over my Playstation 4 DualShock 4.
     
  12. Revelment

    Revelment New Member

    Hey lads

    Wildcat isn't registering with my PC. Won't recognize it at all. Any ideas?
     
  13. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    The Sabretooth doesn't allow remapping, so I highly doubt the wildcat will either. The Sabretooth was designed to be a tourneament controller, and they don't allow remappable chips in tournament controllers, so I am assuming that is why.
     
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