Steam announced today that it will update the Steam online store and desktop client in October this year to further subdivide game controllers so that players can clearly know which games they want to play and which controllers are supported.
Note: The current game page only has a simple “Fully Supports Controller” or “Partially Supports Controller”. For example, the “Starfield” game that was just launched today has a page showing “Partially Supports Controller”.
After this update, the game page will distinguish between Xbox handles, DUALSHOCK (PS4) and DualSense (PS5) handles. The update will include the following:
The supported areas of the controller are displayed on the store page to also illustrate the extent of PlayStation controller support. Certain browse pages so players can more easily find new games that support their controller devices well. Steam desktop client to indicate that a game in the library supports the PlayStation controller. Steam desktop client to more clearly show that games require a controller to play.