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Fix: Controller Not Working in Sonic Frontiers

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Sonic Frontiers is an action-adventure game published by Sega. The game consists of five different islands, which need to clean out of bad guys.

The best way to complete your in-game goals is by connecting a game controller to your PC. Both Xbox and PlayStation controllers are compatible with Steam.

But due to some errors in the client or game, players are unable to benefit from their game controllers. In that case, players should ensure that they haven’t currently connected any racing wheels with their PC.

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And if their client is still not responding to the connected controllers, perform methods from the following section.

How Do I Fix Controller Not Working in Sonic Frontiers?

If you are playing Sonic Frontiers on Steam and your controller isn’t working with the game, it’s mainly because the client isn’t supporting the controller’s input.

However, before proceeding, make sure you have implied the basic fixes like unplugging and replugging the controllers. And disconnect any other gaming wheels from your computer.

Total Time: 3 minutes

Disable Steam Input

Controller Not Working in Sonic Frontiers

1. Launch the Steam Client on your computer.

2. Navigate to the Library section.

3. Right-click on Sonic Frontiers and select Properties.

4. Go to the Controller section from the left pane.

5. From the drop-down menu in the right pane, select the Disable Steam Input option.

6. Now, launch Sonic Frontiers on Steam.

Launch Steam as Administrator

1. Right-click on the Steam client and select Properties.

2. Navigate to the Compatibility tab.

3. Check the Run as administrator box and click on the Ok button.

Note: In some Windows 11 versions, you just have to right-click on the Steam client and select the Run as administrator option.

Disable Xbox Configuration Support

1. Launch the Steam Client on your computer.

2. Navigate to the Library section.

3. Right-click on Sonic Frontiers and select Properties.

4. Go to the Controller section from the left pane.

5. From the right pane, click on the General Controller Settings option.

6. Now, Disable Xbox Configuration support.

Clear Download Cache

1. Launch Steam.

2. Go to Settings.

3. Select Download.

4. Click on the Clear Download Cache button.


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