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Lance_Water.SF 2 posts
same for me, my xbox one series X controller is connect using bluetooth. The controller firmware is up to date and my bluetooth driver is also up to date
I have the same problem when playing valhalla on PC using xbox one series X controller via intel Bluetooth integrated card. bluetooth driver 184.108.40.206 and my controller software on version 5.5.2641.0
Lance_Water.SF 2 posts
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Klaus-II 1 posts
I somehow can't add the game to steam. How'd you guys do that?
bbandor 3 posts
I think it's the Ubisoft Connect app that needs to be updated
H3llioN21 1 posts
In BT mode my controller doesn't work properly either with a TPLink dongle. All buttons are mapped to arrows so I can't even pass through the game launch screen on The Crew 2.
All updates done (win 20H2 + intel BT drivers).
It's really sad even the window peripherical manager says 'Xbox One' controller no mention of 'Xbox X controller'.
In my opinion there are 2 problems, the lack of proper support by Microsoft (look at battery stats in BT mode) and maybe an issue with Ubiconnect.
Ubisoft Support Staff Ubi-Woofer 713 posts
Thank you for your continued reports of these issues with your Xbox One / Series X|S controllers disconnecting while playing Assassin's Creed Valhalla on PC. I have elected to form this megathread to try and keep reports of this nature in one place, and to help us to collect the information the developers need to get these issues properly investigated. There is a twin thread available for Xbox One / Series X|S controller disconnection issues on Xbox One if that would suit some of you better, so please be sure to post on the appropriate thread for the platform you are playing on from here on in!
In the first instance, please make sure that you have completed our PC troubleshooting and that the drivers for your controller(s) are fully up-to-date. If, when all this is done, you continue to see your controllers being disconnected, please answer my questions below and provide a short video demonstrating the issue:
- Which model of controller are you using? Is it an Xbox One controller or an Xbox Series X|S controller?
- What are the specs of your PC in brief? (CPU, GPU, RAM)
- Is your control input method set to exclusively controller, or hybrid?
- Do you have any other bluetooth devices or input devices connected at the same time while playing? Have you tested with these disconnected?
- If connecting the controller(s) to your PC with a wire, do the issues persist, or are they resolved?
Thank you in advance to anyone who takes the time to get back to me with the requested information and videos, and please accept my apologies for these issues.
I found this thread by google searching "windows 10 xbox series x controller constantly disconnects". I would like to report here that I do not own or play AC Valhalla or even have ubiconnect installed on my pc. I was trying to play games using Steam and during game play the controller constantly disconnects via bluetooth. Same as everyone else, it works fine while plugged in via usb-c, I even updated the controller firmware as soon as it connected. I do not own a xbox series x and I have so far only tested the controller on my windows 10 pc using steam games. So i guess throw the related to AC Valhalla out the window, but hopefully with Ubi behind this issue MS will fix this problem
controller: Xbox series X. Two of them.
Pc: i9 10850k, RTX 3080, 32 gb or RAM
Not sure about “controller” or “hybrid”
no other BT devices are connected to the PC
it won’t let me add the video, but basically, the controller works perfectly fine outside of AC Valhalla. As soon as I go in-game, it disconnects.
Link to my Twitter below for video:
@ubi-woofer Xbox one cyber punk controller, Xbox one pubg controller, Xbox Series X shock blue. All have disconnect issues the XSX is the worst. pubg one has terrible button delay where I have to repeat my presses only happens in this game. Cyberpunk one disconnects less.
MSI Z490 Unify
RTX 2080 Gigabyte Gaming OC
32gb(8gbx4) DDR4=4000mhz CL15
Have tried both exclusive and hybrid same issue. Exclusive gets rid of lag that comes with disconnect.
Connect via wire all issues resolved I have not tested wire with any controller but the XSX one however.
READ THE POSTS
Plenty of us not using the game or the launcher at all and have disconnect issues with the controller. Windows 10 pc clean install, bluetooth connected constantly disconnects, do not have anything ubisoft related installed on the pc. Interesting to note, the controller works perfectly fine with no disconnects from the OG xbox one s. Also the OG xbox one controller is connected via bluetooth to the same windows 10 pc with no disconnect issues.
@airbornemaikai good idea read the posts. Yes there is problems solely with Xbox Series X controllers on windows 10. You'd be better served going to this reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/StarWarsSquadrons/comments/jsfzbx/xbox_series_x_controller_bluetooth_disconnecting/
All of us in here have issue with other controllers disconnecting like the regular xbox controller cyberpunk edition or xbox elite controllers. Your issue is different from this thread.
Just got a Intel bluetooth wireless driver update through windows update and now no more disconnects currently
Latest bluetooth driver does not fix it.
GermanJoe 1 posts
Same here - using a Microsoft Xbox Elite 2 Controller and the 2015 Microsoft Xbox for Windows Wireless USB connector. Controller turning off and shutting down subsequently during and after game launch in Ubisoft Connect. Workaround so far was closing and restarting Ubisoft Connect before game launch, the controller and dongle work as intended after launch, then.
I've renamed xinput1_3.dll in the launcher directory for good measure, too, and start the game with the mouse. Steam had similar past issues, but disabling controller recognition in the steam app would then allow the controller and games to communicate just fine.
I hope these problems get sorted out in time, I'm enjoying Valhalla and Legion immensely, but the control issue makes launching the game a tedious matter.