If you’ve picked up the Raiju, Razer’s very own PlayStation 4 controller built alongside the help of Sony, then you’re probably very happy with it. That said, there’s one major issue which Razer has now released an update for.

If you have been using the Raiju’s built-in audio port, you’ve probably noticed quite a lot of feedback. Currently, before updating, the Razer Raiju produces an audible hiss when connecting any headphones directly into the controller. Now, though, Razer has released an update to combat this problem.

Head to THIS LINK to install the firmware updater. You’ll then see something a bit like this once the software has installed:

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Currently the updater only works on PC, so unfortunately any MAC users are currently left in the dark.

In the meantime keep tuned for our video review of the Razer Raiju, which should be published within the next week or so.


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