Sony officially releases Linux support for DualSense
Sony has released official drivers for its new DualSense controller so it can be used with Linux. The control can be connected to the operating system via USB and Bluetooth and almost all control functions can then be used. What doesn’t work right now, however, are the control’s adaptable L2 and R2 buttons and the haptic functions.
The driver has about 1,400 lines of code that are currently being reviewed and as soon as it is ready, they will be released to the public. If you do not want to wait, you can download the patches instead.