Star Wars: Squadrons gets day one HOTAS support on console

Great, kid. Don't get cocky.

Star Wars: Squadrons has hands-on throttle-and-stick (HOTAS) support on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, EA has confirmed.

Support for HOTAS on console comes via a day one patch, creative director Ian S. Frazier announced on Twitter.

While developer EA Motive had already confirmed HOTAS support on PC, console support was fuzzy, as our Martin discussed in our Star Wars: Squadrons hands-on preview.

"Star Wars Squadrons delivers on the promise of a modern-day X-Wing," Martin wrote.

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