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Titan Two  Universal Controller Adapter

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Use your favourite controller on any compatible gaming system. Buy once, play everywhere! Add mods, macros & turbo buttons to any video game on PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, PC, Mac, iOS & Android.
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Titan Two

From the inventor of GamePad Proxy, Cronus & Titan One, Titan Two is the world's fastest and most advanced controller adapter and mod programming device.

Use your favourite gamepad, keyboard, mouse, joystick, arcade stick, flight stick and virtually any gaming controller on consoles and computers. Customise the button layout and analog sticks for any game!

Titan Two adds mods and macros to your favourite games on any compatible gaming system or controller. Use Rapid Fire, Antirecoil, Aim Assist and more to dominate the competition.

Titan Two officially supports XIM APEX mouse & keyboard adapter for the ultimate edge in multiplayer gaming.

Titan Two Universal Controller Adapter

FEATURES

CROSSOVER GAMING

Use any compatible controller on PlayStation, Xbox & Nintendo consoles, PC, Mac & Linux computers, Android & iOS mobile devices and Remote Play streaming apps.

WIRELESS GAMING

Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately) adds wireless Bluetooth controller, console, computer & mobile support to Titan Two. Or use DUALSHOCK 4, Xbox, Steam, Astro & Nacon wireless controller adapters.

THIRD-PARTY DEVICES

Play with controllers from Scuf, Astro, Nacon, Razer, Hori, Thrustmaster, FragFX, PowerA and more, with full support for paddles, on any compatible gaming system.

CONTROL REMAPPING

Remap buttons, d-pads, analog sticks, bumpers, triggers, touchpads and paddles on any compatible console controller using Input Translators in Gtuner IV.

MOUSE & KEYBOARD

Use wired or wireless USB mice & keyboards on PlayStation, Xbox & Nintendo consoles, without a PC connection. Stack Titan Two with a XIM APEX to dominate the competition.

PS4 WHEEL SUPPORT

Race with Logitech G25, G27, G29 and Driving Force steering wheels on PS4 with full Force Feedback, 900° turning, hi-res spring, clutch and shifter support (requires micro-SD card).

KMG CAPTURE MODE

Use PC-connected USB mice, keyboards, gamepads & joysticks on PlayStation, Xbox & Nintendo consoles using KMG Capture mode in Gtuner IV (Windows PC only).

TOURNAMENT READY

Select 125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz or 1000Hz Input & Output USB Polling Rates to minimise input lag and eliminate wireless interference in busy esport tournament arenas.

GAMEPACKS

Drag-and-drop pre-made Titan Two Gamepacks onto a memory slot, select the mods you want to use and own the battlefield. Gamepacks are available for the newest & most popular games.

MOD SCRIPTS

Add powerful mods with millisecond precision to any console game. Download free, ready-to-use GPC scripts for the latest games from Gtuner IV PC & Mac configuration app.

MOD PACKS

Create advanced Mod Packs with easy to use interactive menus and one-click loadout swapping. Tweak settings in Gtuner IV on PC & Mac, or wirelessly in Gtuner Air (requires Titan Expansion Kit).

MACROS

Record and replay complex sequences of button presses and movements with the built-in Macro Recorder in Gtuner IV. Macro size is limited only by micro-SD card capacity.

COMPUTER VISION

Titan Two supports expert-level programming features, including Computer Vision artificial intelligence that automatically detects and responds to in-game actions.

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

Connect Xbox Adaptive Controller, Logitech Adaptive Gaming Kit, QuadStick, joysticks, foot pedals, trackballs & touchpads to PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, PC & Mac.

CONTROLLER RUMBLE

Controller rumble works on PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo console controllers. Toggle rumble for specific Titan Two ports, or use it for mod activation or on/off notifications in scripts.

MOTION CONTROL

Motion control passthrough works with PlayStation and Nintendo console controllers in supported games. Motion control gyros can be used in mod scripts and macros.

Gtuner IV

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Gtuner IV for PC and Mac is the companion app to program, update and configure Titan Two.

Gtuner IV provides an easy-to-use interface to search, download and configure ready-to-use Gamepacks, GPC Scripts, Input Translators and Macros.

For serious gamers, Gtuner IV features a development IDE with integrated GPC2 language compiler & debugger, Input Translators for remapping controllers, mice & keyboards, a powerful Macro Editor, Computer Vision artificial intelligence, and built-in script publishing & code encryption.

Gtuner IV is backwards-compatible with thousands of CronusMAX and Titan One GPC Scripts with the addition of a single line of code.

Popular Mods

RAPID FIRE

Turn semi-auto weapons into automatic or burst-fire weapons.

ANTIRECOIL

Reduce weapon recoil to improve bullet accuracy.

AIM ASSIST

Stickier aim assist to keep your target in sight.

EASY SPRINT

Push the thumbstick all the way forward to sprint automatically.

QUICK SCOPE

Aim down sights on a sniper rifle and fire automatically.

AUTO SPOT

Ping the enemy location to your team automatically.

CROUCH SHOT

Crouch up & down automatically when firing a weapon.

DROP SHOT

Drop to the ground automatically when firing a weapon.

STRAFE SHOT

Move side-to-side automatically when firing a weapon.

BUNNY HOP

Automatically jump while sprinting to put enemies off their shot.

TURBO MELEE

Automatically punch or swing a knife as fast as possible.

COOK GRENADE

Hold a grenade and toss it automatically before it explodes.

WEAPON JITTER

Use a glitch in some games to shoot faster than normal.

FAST RELOAD

Use a glitch is some games to reload faster than normal.

AUTO AFK

Prevent your character getting kicked from a game server.

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SNIPER BREATH

Automatically hold breath for improved sniping precision.

HAIR TRIGGERS

Aim downs sights and fire weapons at the lightest touch.

BUMPER SWAP

Swap bumpers and triggers for that old-school gaming feel.

* Example mods only. Mods are repeating button presses and / or stick movements, not cheat codes. Some mods work in all games, others depend on game features or glitches to work.

Supported Devices

Gaming Systems

  • PlayStation 5 *
  • PlayStation 4
  • PlayStation 3
  • Xbox Series X / S
  • Xbox One
  • Xbox 360
  • Nintendo Switch
  • Nintendo Wii U
  • PlayStation TV
  • Computers (PC, Linux, Mac)
  • PS Remote Play (PC & Mac)
  • Xbox App (PC)
  • Android
  • iPad & iPhone (iOS 13+) ^

All console features such as motion sensors, touchpads, chatpads, speakers and headsets are supported by Titan Two via USB.

Console Controllers

  • PS5 DUALSENSE *
  • PS4 DUALSHOCK 4
  • PS3 DUALSHOCK 3
  • PS3 Six-Axis
  • Sony Move Navigation Controller
  • Xbox Series X / S Wireless Controller
  • Xbox One Wireless Controller
  • Xbox Elite & Elite Series 2 Controllers
  • Nintendo Switch Joy-Con (L&R)
  • Nintendo Switch Pro
  • Xbox 360 Wired Controller
  • PS4 VR Aim Controller
  • Wii U Pro
  • Wiimote
  • Wiimote Plus
  • Wii Nunchuck
  • Wii Motion Plus
  • Wii Classic Controller
  • Wii Classic Controller Pro
  • Steam Controller

Wireless controller connections require a supported Wireless Adapter (below).

Wireless Adapters

  • Titan Expansion Kit Bluetooth Adapter
  • DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Adapter
  • Xbox Wireless Adapter
  • Xbox 360 Wireless Adapter
  • Steam Wireless Receiver
  • Astro C40 Wireless USB Adapter
  • Nacon Revolution Unlimited Pro Wireless USB Adapter

Titan Two supports Bluetooth controller and console connections via the Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately).

Other Devices

  • Astro C40
  • Scuf Vantage
  • Razer Raiju / Tournament Edition / Ultimate
  • Nacon Revolution Pro / Pro 2 / Unlimited Pro
  • Qanba Drone Arcade Stick
  • Thrustmaster HOTAS 4
  • HoriPad4 FPS / FPS Plus
  • Logitech Driving Force / DF Pro / DF GT Wheel (PS4 only)
  • Logitech G25 / G27 / G29 Wheel (PS4 only)
  • Thrustmaster T300 RS (PS4 only)
  • FragFX Shark / Piranha
  • Mad Catz Arcade Sticks
  • Gaming Keyboards & Mice (USB Wired & Wireless)
  • XIM APEX / XIM4
  • XIM NEXUS
  • Hori Tac4 / Tac4 Pro
  • Razer Tartarus / Orbweaver digital keypads
  • Logitech G13 & Azeron analog keypads
  • Fragpedal foot pedals
  • Xbox Adaptive Controller

Most third-party controllers for PS4, Xbox 360 & Xbox One are supported by Titan Two, including Hori, PowerA and PDP. A genuine first-party controller is required for console authentication.

Keyboards, mice, joysticks and wheels can be connected direct to Titan Two, or routed from Windows PC via KMG Capture to play on any compatible gaming system.

* Limited support. Refer to Conditions.
^ iOS requires Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately).

Please review the Titan Two Compatibility Table, Conditions and FAQ prior to purchase.

Titan Two Contents

  • Titan Two
  • Gold-plated micro-USB cable (40cm)
  • Setup Guide
  • Gtuner IV configuration app on Windows PC & Mac (via ConsoleTuner)
  • Free Gamepacks, Mod Scripts, Input Translators and Macros (via Gtuner IV app)
  • Works with CronusMAX and Titan One GPC scripts (via ConsoleTuner)

Titan Two Requirements

Software

  • Gtuner IV app is required to setup and configure the Titan Two device, Gamepacks, scripts & macros.
  • Gtuner IV requires Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x86/x64 or macOS 10.13 or higher.
  • Titan Two firmware updates require Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x86/x64 or macOS OSX 10.13 or higher.
  • Use a USB 2.0 port on PC when connecting Titan Two to Gtuner IV.

Xbox Series X / S

  • Titan Two requires a wired Microsoft Xbox Series X / S or Xbox One Wireless Controller and USB data cable (not included).
  • Xbox Play-and-Charge Kit USB cables do not support data and do not work with Titan Two.
  • After booting up the console, press the Xbox (Guide) button on the Xbox Wireless controller to authenticate Titan Two.

PlayStation 5 (PS5)

  • DUALSENSE haptic feedback and adaptive triggers are not supported.
  • PS5 games that require a DUALSENSE controller do not work with Titan Two.
  • PS5 games with support for specialty PS4 controllers require a Sony DUALSENSE controller & USB-C cable (not included), or a supported specialty PS4 controller.
  • A DUALSENSE controller will automatically reconnect to the PS5 console every 7.5 mins, causing a short 800ms timeout in compatible games. Supported specialty PS4 controllers will not cause a timeout.
  • Titan Two works with PS5 games using Remote Play on Windows 10, macOS or PlayStation 4 via the PS Remote Play app. Titan Two requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controller and micro-USB data cable (not included) for Remote Play.
  • Titan Two works with PS4 games on PS5 using Sony DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controller and micro-USB data cable (not included).
  • Enable Wired Communication via Settings → Devices → Controllers → Communication Method: Use USB Cable.
  • Emulating a controller using mouse & keyboard on Titan Two requires an OTG Adapter (sold separately) to connect a supported controller for console authentication. An OTG Adapter is not required for native M/KB passthrough on PS5, nor for KMG Capture from a Windows PC.

Nintendo Switch

  • Titan Two requires a Nintendo Switch Pro and USB-C cable (not included) or Joy-Con controller for startup authentication.
  • USB wired connection works only with a Nintendo Switch Pro controller.
  • Enable Wired Communication via System Settings → Controllers and Sensors → Check the Option: Pro Controller Wired Communication.
  • Titan Two can be connected to Nintendo Switch without the Dock Station via a USB Type-C OTG Adapter (not included).

Xbox One

  • Titan Two requires a Microsoft Xbox Wireless Controller and micro-USB data cable (not included) for startup authentication.
  • Xbox Play-and-Charge Kit USB cables do not support data and do not work with Titan Two.
  • Startup authentication does not work over a Bluetooth connection (requires Titan Expansion Kit, sold separately). Authenticate first with a wired Xbox controller. After authentication, the Xbox controller can be disconnected from Titan Two.
  • Controller chatpad and headset support requires a Microsoft Xbox Wireless Controller.
  • Chatpads and headsets connected to the controller 3.5mm jack do not work when using an Xbox Wireless Adapter.

PlayStation 4 (PS4)

  • Titan Two requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 controller and micro-USB cable (not included) to be connected at all times for authentication.
  • Enable Wired Communication via Settings → Devices → Controllers → Communication Method: Use USB Cable.
  • Controller speaker audio and controller headset audio requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (model CUH-ZCT2U).
  • PS4 authentication does not work with a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor (not included). A Sony DUALSHOCK 4 must also be connected via USB to Titan Two at all times.
  • Emulating a controller using mouse & keyboard on Titan Two also requires an OTG Adapter (sold separately) to connect a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 controller for console authentication. An OTG Adapter is not required for native M/KB passthrough on PS4, nor for KMG Capture from a Windows PC.
  • Chatpads and headsets connected to the controller 3.5mm jack do not work when using a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Adapter.

Xbox 360

  • Titan Two requires a Microsoft Xbox 360 Wired Controller (not included) for startup authentication.
  • Wireless Xbox 360 controller with Play & Charge Kit not supported.
  • Startup authentication does not work with Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver (not included). Authenticate first with a Microsoft Xbox 360 Wired Controller. After authentication, the Xbox 360 Wired Controller can be disconnected from Titan Two.
  • Controller chatpad and headset support requires a Microsoft Xbox 360 Wired Controller.

PlayStation 3 (PS3)

  • Titan Two requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 3 controller and mini-USB cable (not included) for startup authentication.

XIM APEX

  • Set Gtuner IV → Device Configuration → Input Polling Rate and Output Polling Rate to match XIM APEX Response Rate.

Windows 10 (PC)

  • PS Remote Play requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (model CUH-ZCT2U) controller connected to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two for console authentication.
  • Xbox App requires an Xbox One, Xbox Elite or Xbox Series X / S controller connected to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two for console authentication.
  • Set Gtuner IV → Device Configuration → Output Protocol to USB Multi Interface HID for native mouse & keyboard passthrough.
  • Set Gtuner IV → Device Configuration → Output Protocol to USB Xbox 360 for controller gaming. An Xbox 360 controller is not required.
  • Computer Vision requires a compatible Capture Card, or a second monitor for Xbox App / PS Remote Play.
  • Virtual Controller output in Device Monitor output is available on Windows 10 PC only.

macOS

  • PS Remote Play requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (model CUH-ZCT2U) controller connected to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two for console authentication.
  • Computer Vision requires a compatible Capture Card, or a second monitor for Xbox App / PS Remote Play.
  • KMG Capture mode and Virtual Controller in Device Monitor are not supported on Mac.

iOS

Android

  • A wired USB connection requires an OTG Adapter (not included).

General

  • Connect an official console controller via USB to Input-B port of Titan Two, as well as controller headsets and chatpads.
  • Set Output Protocol in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration to USB Automatic, or the console’s protocol.
  • Turn the console on by using the power button. Titan Two will be bypassed by a wireless connection if turning the console on via a controller.
  • Wireless gamepad connection to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, Wii U, iOS, PC, macOS & Linux requires Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately) or a supported Wireless Adapter (not included).
  • Bluetooth console connection to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV, Nintendo Switch & Wii U requires Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately).
  • Titan Two includes 3 internal Memory Slots. A micro-SD card or Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately) will add 6 external Memory Slots to Titan Two.
  • Titan Two does not support USB hubs.
  • Steering Wheel Force Feedback is supported in PS4 games only.
  • A micro-SD card is required for Wireless Adapter support, Force Feedback for Steering Wheels (PS4 only), and to initialise some third-party devices.
  • Headset audio is not available via supported Wireless Adapters. A second controller wired to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two can provide audio and voice chat.

Titan Two FAQ

Titan Two is a controller emulator that can remap controller buttons & sticks, create mods & macros (automated button press & movement sequences), bind keyboard & mouse buttons and play with supported gaming controllers on other gaming systems. Titan Two appears to gaming systems as the controller connected to it by borrowing the unique security ID of the controller e.g Titan Two appears as a DUALSHOCK 4 on PS4.

A genuine, first-party controller is required to be connected to Titan Two for authentication with the gaming system, however other devices can be connected at the same time, such as XIM APEX, arcade sticks, steering wheels, flight controllers, mice & keyboards, foot pedals etc. Input from these devices is combined and passed through as controller signals the gaming system can understand.

Titan Two works via USB on Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 5 (PS4 games, Remote Play & PS5 games with specialty PS4 controller support), Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV, Windows PC, macOS and Android.

Titan Two works wirelessly via Bluetooth on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV, Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac, Linux and iOS via the Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately).

Titan Two can be used for Steam (PC & Mac), Xbox App (PC) and PS RemotePlay (PC & Mac).

View the Titan Two Compatibility Table for more information.

Titan Two is compatible with Xbox Series X / S consoles and games using the Xbox Series X / S Wireless Controller (USB only), Xbox One Wireless Controller, Xbox Elite Controller and Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller.

Using a Titan Two on Xbox Series X / S  requires the latest Titan Two firmware. Update Titan Two via Gtuner IV app on PC or Mac.

Titan Two is compatible with PS4 games on PS5, and PS5 games that support specialty PS4 controllers.

Titan Two is not compatible with PlayStation 5 (PS5) games that require a DUALSENSE controller.

Titan Two works via PS Remote Play app on Windows 10 and macOS to play PS5 games on a PlayStation 5 console using a DUALSHOCK 4 V2 controller.

Using a Titan Two on PlayStation 5 (PS5)  requires the latest Titan Two firmware. Update via Gtuner IV app on PC or Mac.

In PS4 games on PS5, and PS5 games with specialty PS4 controller support, PlayStation 5 console needs to authenticate a DUALSENSE controller with the console every 8 minutes, or the controller will disconnect. There is a short, automatic 800ms reconnection when using a Titan Two on PS5 with a DUALSENSE controller.

Using a specialty PS4 controller does not require Titan Two to auto-authenticate and will not cause a timeout. Titan Two will remain connected to the PS5 console at all times.

Titan Two works with a DUALSHOCK 4 V2 controller to play PS4 games on PS5 console, with no disconnects.

Titan Two supports PS Remote Play app on Windows 10 and macOS to play PS5 & PS4 games:

  1. On PS5 / PS4, go to Settings → Remote Play Connection Settings → Enable Remote Play.
  2. On PS5 / PS4, go to Settings → Account Management → Activate as Your Primary PS5 / PS4 → Activate.
  3. Connect Titan Two to PC or Mac via the PROG port using a micro-USB cable.
  4. Set Output Protocol in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration to USB PlayStation 4.
  5. Start PS Remote Play app on PC or Mac.
  6. Swap the micro-USB cable from the Titan Two PROG port to OUTPUT and connect to PC or Mac.
  7. Connect a DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controller to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two for authentication with PS5 / PS4.
  8. Connect your preferred wired controller to the INPUT-A port of Titan Two (DUALSHOCK 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 or Nintendo Switch Pro).

Titan Two can connect XIM APEX to PS5 / PS4 via Remote Play:

  1. Perform steps 1 – 7, as above.
  2. Connect mouse, keyboard & DUALSHOCK 4 controller to the XIM APEX USB hub.
  3. Connect XIM APEX to the INPUT-A port of Titan Two.

Titan Two requires a genuine Sony DUALSENSE (PS5), Sony DUALSHOCK 4 (PS4), Sony DUALSHOCK 3 (PS3), Sony Six-Axis (PS3), Xbox Series X | S or Xbox One Wireless Controller (model 1708), Xbox Elite, Xbox Elite Series 2, Xbox 360, or Nintendo Switch Pro controller connected via USB for authentication with the gaming system.

Titan Two works with DUALSENSE controller in PS4 games on PS5, and PS5 games that support specialty PS4 controllers. Titan Two does not work for PlayStation 5 (PS5) games that require a DUALSENSE controller.

Titan Two works with other controllers, including Astro C40, Sony Move Navigation Controller, PS4 VR Aim Controller, Steam Controller, Logitech steering wheels (PS4 only), Mad Catz fight sticks, Thrustmaster HOTAS (via Gtuner IV → KMG Capture on PC), XIM APEX and many controllers from Scuf, Razer, Nacon, Tuact, Hori, Power A and FragFX.

Razer Raiju Ultimate is listed as compatible, but is not fully supported.

Leave a genuine console controller connected to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two, with your preferred controller connected to INPUT-A.

View the list of compatible controllers and controller usage guides for more information. Please confirm that your controller works with Titan Two prior to purchase.

Titan Two offers comprehensive wireless controller support. Supported controllers can be used on PlayStation 4, Playstation 3, PlayStation TV, Xbox 360, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, Windows PC, Linux, Mac, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android.

Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately) is a Bluetooth module & micro-SD card expansion for Titan Two. Titan Expansion Kit connects wirelessly to DUALSENSE (PS5), DUALSHOCK 4 (PS4), DUALSHOCK 3 (PS3), Six-Axis (PS3), Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708),  Xbox Elite Series 2, Sony Move Navigation Controller, Nintendo Joy-Con, Nintendo Switch Pro, Nintendo Wiimote and Nintendo Wii U Pro controllers.

Xbox Series X / S controllers are currently supported via USB only.

Titan Two works wirelessly with DUALSENSE controller in PS4 games on PS5, and PS5 games that support specialty PS4 controllers. Titan Two does not work for PlayStation 5 (PS5) games that require a DUALSENSE controller.

Xbox One original and Elite (Series 1) controllers are supported on Titan Two via Xbox Wireless Adapter (sold separately) for Windows 10 (requires a micro-SD card).

Xbox One requires a genuine Xbox One controller connected via USB for authentication at boot-up. After logging into an Xbox One account, the wired Xbox One controller may be unplugged and a wireless Xbox One controller connected to Titan Two via Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately) or Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10.

DUALSHOCK 4 controllers can be used wirelessly via a DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adapter (requires a micro-SD card). A second DUALSHOCK 4 is required to be connected via USB to Titan Two at all times for authentication.

Xbox 360 wireless controllers are supported via a Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver.

Steam Controller is supported via the Steam Wireless Receiver. A genuine console controller must be connected to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two for authentication.

Astro C40 works both wired and wirelessly via Titan Two on PS4.

Wireless gaming mice & keyboards that connect via USB dongles work on Titan Two. A genuine console controller must be connected to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two for authentication.

View the Titan Two Usage Guides for Controllers to connect a wireless controller on your preferred gaming system.

Titan Two will work in any supported game on any compatible gaming system, however control methods vary from game to game. For example not all PC games support controller input. Likewise, not all PS4 racing games support Logitech steering wheels.

Titan Two works in PS4 games on PS5, and PS5 games that support specialty PS4 controllers. Titan Two does not work for PS5 games that require a DUALSENSE controller. PS5 games may be played using a Titan Two via the PS Remote Play app on Windows 10 and macOS computers.

Titan Two is used in competitive console e-Sports tournaments because it virtually eliminates controller input lag.

Titan Two’s Input Polling Rate can be configured to communicate with gaming controllers at 8ms (Xbox speed), 4ms (PlayStation speed), 2ms or 1ms. Titan Two’s Output Polling Rate can be configured to communicate with gaming systems at 8ms (Xbox speed), 4ms (PlayStation speed), 2ms or 1ms.

Titan Two’s processing loop is less than 1ms for millisecond precision timing in Gamepacks, GPC scripts & macros. By comparison, the processing loop of CronusMAX and Titan One is 10ms. Cronus Zen’s fastest processing speed is 4.5ms, but Gamepacks are locked at 10ms.

Titan Two is highly flexible and supports up to 6 concurrent gaming devices, e.g USB mouse, USB keyboard, USB authentication controller and L & R Joy-Con controllers (Joy-Cons require a Titan Expansion Kit). Or a XIM APEX, Azeron keypad, Fragpedal foot pedals and a Thrustmaster HOTAS 4 flight controller.

Input from all devices connected to Titan Two is combined and output as controller commands the gaming system can understand.

Multiple Titan Two devices can be used on a supported gaming system if additional players are needed.

Titan Two does not support external USB hubs.

PlayStation 4 need to authenticate a DUALSHOCK 4 controller with the console every 8 minutes.

There are no disconnects on PS4 because a DUALSHOCK 4 controller must be connected to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two at all times.

Titan Two supports several methods of connecting a 3.5mm headset to a controller.

Wired USB Connection
  1. Connect the 3.5mm headset to a genuine PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 controller.
  2. Connect the controller via USB to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two.
  3. Connect Titan Two to the gaming system via USB.

PlayStation 4 requires a DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controller for audio over USB.

Titan Two supports USB audio passthrough to XIM APEX. Plug the headset-connected controller into XIM APEX’s USB hub instead of Titan Two to use XIM APEX’s Push to Talk feature.

Second Controller

When using a wireless controller connected to Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately) or other supported Wireless Adapter:

  1. Connect the 3.5mm headset to a second genuine console controller.
  2. Connect the second controller via USB to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two.
  3. Connect Titan Two to the gaming system via USB.
Bluetooth (PS4 only)

Titan Two supports a 3.5mm headset connected wirelessly to PlayStation 4 via the Titan Expansion Kit (sold separately):

  1. Connect a wired 3.5mm headset to a DUALSHOCK 4 controller.
  2. Pair the DUALSHOCK 4 controller wirelessly to the Titan Two Bluetooth Module.
  3. Pair the Bluetooth Module wirelessly to PlayStation 4.

Titan Two cannot be used to connect a Bluetooth or USB headset to a gaming system.

Titan Two does not support headsets connected to the controller 3.5mm jack when using an Xbox Wireless Adapter.

Titan Two supports chatpads connected to gaming controllers, however the controller must be connected to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two via USB.

In wireless Titan Two configurations (via Titan Expansion Kit or supported wireless adapters), type messages using the connected controller, or use the iOS or Android chat apps for PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, Steam etc.

Titan Two does not support chatpads connected to the controller 3.5mm jack when using an Xbox Wireless Adapter.

Titan Two supports Logitech G25, G27, G29 and Driving Force steering wheels on PlayStation 4 (PS4). Titan Two has full Force Feedback, 900° turning, hi-res spring, clutch and shifter support, without a PC connection. A micro-SD card (not included) is required to initialise the steering wheel on Titan Two.

Setup – Titan Two
  1. Insert a micro-SD card to the slot on the rear of Titan Two.
  2. Connect Titan Two to PC or Mac using the provided micro-USB cable via the PROG port on Titan Two.
  3. Start Gtuner IV configuration app on PC or Mac.
  4. Format the micro-SD card for Titan Two in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration → Format (FAT32).
  5. Click Configure in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration to copy the Logitech steering wheel configuration files to the micro-SD card.
  6. Set the Output Protocol of Titan Two to USB Logitech Steering Wheel in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration.
  7. Enable Force Feedback in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration → Allow FFB on Ports →  USB-A.
Usage – PS4
  1. Connect Titan Two to PS4 using the provided micro-USB cable via the OUTPUT port of Titan Two.
  2. Connect a supported Logitech wheel to the INPUT-A port on Titan Two.
  3. Connect a DUALSHOCK 4 controller to the INPUT-B port on Titan Two for authentication with PS4.

Steering wheels may be connected to PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360, but will behave as a controller rather than a native steering wheel, with no support for Force Feedback or other wheel features or effects. We don’t recommend using  Titan Two as a steering wheel adapter on PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.

Controllers, steering wheels, joysticks, mice & keyboards can be remapped using Input Translators.

Refer to “What is an Input Translator?” for more information.

Titan Two controller adapter and Gtuner IV configuration software both work on Windows 10.

Titan Two works with gaming services like Steam, Origin, Epic Games Launcher & Uplay Launcher, as well as streaming apps like PS Remote Play and Xbox app on PC.

Supported input methods will vary from game to game. Most modern games on Steam support wired and wireless Xbox One S (model 1708), DUALSHOCK 4 (PS4) and Nintendo Switch Pro controllers. Look for “Full controller support” in the game’s Store Page in Steam to check for gamepad support prior to purchasing or installing a PC game.

Titan Two controller adapter and Gtuner IV configuration software both work on macOS.

Titan Two works with gaming services like Steam and PS Remote Play streaming app on Mac. Steam games must support macOS to run on a Mac. Look for the Apple logo on a game’s Store page in Steam to confirm Mac compatibility.

KMG Capture and Computer Vision in Gtuner IV do not work on macOS.

Titan Two supports Nintendo Switch consoles, as well as Nintendo Switch Pro controller and both Left & Right Joy-Con controllers (Joy-Cons require Titan Expansion Kit).

To use Titan Two on Nintendo Switch, go to Nintendo Switch → System Settings → Controllers and Sensors and enable Pro Controller Wired Communication.

Titan Two can add Gamepacks, GPC scripts and macros to XIM APEX. Titan Two supports XIM APEX features such as 1000Hz polling, controller headset audio, Push to Talk and rumble passthrough.

Using a XIM APEX with Titan Two on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 requires a genuine console controller connected to the XIM APEX USB hub, e.g. a DUALSHOCK 4 on PS4.

Both DUALSHOCK 4 V1 and V2 controllers are supported, however chat passthrough only works on DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controllers.

To connect a XIM APEX to Titan Two, plug the XIM APEX with mouse, keyboard & controller connected to the XIM APEX USB hub, into the INPUT-A port of Titan Two. An authentication controller is not required on the INPUT-B port of Titan Two because the controller connected to XIM APEX responds to controller authentication requests.

If XIM APEX flashes purple when connected to Titan Two, there is a USB timing mismatch between the two devices, resulting in additional input lag to the gaming system. To resolve, match the Titan Two Input Polling Rate & Output Polling Rate in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration with the XIM APEX Response Rate in XIM APEX Manager → Global Settings, i.e. set both Titan Two and XIM APEX to 125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz or 1000Hz.

Using a Titan Two to connect a DUALSHOCK 4 controller to Xbox One, or a G25 Steering Wheel to PS4, or a mouse & keyboard to console games etc, is not considered cheating. Titan Two is simply a bridge between the console and your preferred controller.

Titan Two is capable of automated controller input via GPC scripts, macros, Gamepacks & Computer Vision, but it does not hack a console or computer’s operating, system, memory, game files or network data. Many disabled gamers (20% of video gamers are disabled) use scripts & macros as assistive technology and would not be able to play video games without a Titan Two or similar device.

We don’t recommend mods that exploit in-game glitches, or telegraph their use, such as Aim Assist Abuse, Jitter weapon-swapping, or AFK XP or gold farming. Likewise, it is a risk to stream on platforms such as Twitch, YouTube, Facebook or Mixer while using mods or macros. Be aware that if you are streaming, or a game has match recording, observer mode, or kill feeds, there is an increased risk of being reported for cheating.

There is no such thing as an aimbot on consoles. Unlike Windows PC gaming where every file on a computer can be accessed and potentially hacked, consoles are closed environments with no direct access to the operating system. Titan Two has no access to game code, netcode, the CPU, RAM, hard drive or network interface.

Titan Two Gamepacks, GPC scripts & macros simply automate button presses and/or stick movements. Titan Two mods are not aimbots. Rather, they use a game’s Aim Assist to make targeting an opponent easier, but it is not possible to auto-aim at a target.

Titan Two Gamepacks or GPC scripts that falsely claim to be “aimbots” perform one or more of three basic actions:

  1.  Rapidly zoom the Aim Down Sights button (L2 / LB) in and out to exploit the target lock-on effect of Aim Assist. Very few games support this method of Aim Assist, so it’s largely ineffective.
  2. Circle or wiggle the right analog stick in a small zone around the crosshair to increase the effective range of Aim Assist. This method of Aim Assist does work in some popular games, however Aim Assist in multi-player tends to be lower than single-player and the effect is of dubious value.
  3. “100% accuracy” mods reduce the fire-rate of automatic weapons to prevent reticle bloom (crosshairs increasing in size over time). This can be an effective tactic at long range, but it reduces damage per second (DPS) by nerfing fire-rate. It’s preferable to tap-fire long range shots to prevent bloom, while retaining full DPS at closer ranges.

All Gamepacks and GPC scripts with “aimbot” mods perform the same actions listed above. The only variance is the timing of button hold and release commands that are coded into a mod.

Titan Two Gamepacks, GPC scripts and macros have been used on PlayStation, Xbox and PC for years. Titan Two appears as the gaming controller connected to it (or authenticated by it) and it is currently undetectable by compatible gaming systems, gaming networks and video games. 

There are no reports of anyone being banned for using a Titan Two, nor any other mod-capable controller adapter. In fact, Titan Two is used in competitive console esports tournaments due to its ability to virtually eliminate controller input lag.

Bans and suspensions are typically the result of poor online behaviour, not the device used to play a game.

A mod (or combo) is a short, repeating sequence of controller button presses and/or analog stick movements to automate in-game actions. For example, Rapid Fire automatically repeats R2 / RT button presses while a trigger is held. Similarly, Antirecoil automatically emulates the downward pull of a right analog stick while shooting to counter the upwards movement of a crosshair.

Multiple mods can be active at the same time, e.g. Rapid Fire and Antirecoil use different controller buttons and can perform their actions concurrently. Mods that affect the same buttons or analog sticks cannot be active at the same time, e.g enable Drop Shot, or Strafe Shot, or Crouch Shot, not all of them.

Unlike mods, which are short, repeating sequences of button presses, macros are complex sequences of button presses, analog stick & / or gyroscope movements that are typically several minutes in length. An example might be a farming run in a zone of Elder Scrolls Online, or a full length song in Guitar Hero.

Macros require a micro-SD card (not included) and can be recorded using the Macro Editor in Gtuner IV software on PC or Mac, then played back via Titan Two to any video game on a supported gaming system.

Titan Two macros are limited only by the size of the micro-SD card and can be several days in length.

GPC (GamepadProxy C) is a subset of the C programming language created by Jefferson Koppe (the inventor of GamepadProxy, CronusMAX, Titan One and Titan Two) to author Gamepacks and mods.

Titan Two uses the upgraded GPC2 language, which adds more powerful functions to Titan Two scripts than are available on older CronusMAX and Titan One devices.

GPC scripts are community-made mod packs that may or may not include an Interactive Configurator menu. Free GPC scripts are available for download from the Online Resources tab of Gtuner IV software for PC and Mac.

GPC scripts can be coded from scratch, or existing GPC scripts can be edited via the GPC Compiler tab of Gtuner Pro. GPC scripts are open-source, so mods can be added, changed or removed to customise a script for your specific needs. GPC scripts can optionally be encrypted as GBC files to prevent access to the source code, similar to a Gamepack.

Input Translators are Titan Two configuration files used to remap controller buttons, analog sticks and sensors to customise the controller layout for any game. Input Translators can also bind keyboard keys & mouse buttons and adjust mouse settings such as Sensitivity, Deadzone, Y/X Ratio & Conversion Curves (acceleration).

Pre-made mouse & keyboard Input Translators can be downloaded for popular PlayStation and Xbox One games from the Online Resources tab of Gtuner IV configuration app.

Input Translators can be stacked on top of Gamepacks and GPC scripts in a Titan Two Memory Slot for maximum customisation.

Titan Two supports wired and wireless USB mice & keyboards, without a PC connection. Bluetooth mice & keyboards are not supported.

Setup – Input Translator

To customise mouse & keyboard button bindings, create an Input Translator.

  1. Connect Titan Two to PC or Mac using the provided micro-USB cable via the PROG port of Titan Two.
  2. Download a pre-made Input Translator from the Online Resources section of Gtuner IV, or create a new one in File → New → New Input Translator.
  3. In the Input Translator tab of Gtuner IV, edit the mouse & keyboard bindings to customise to your needs. Press F1 to view a GPC Input Reference guide to controller buttons and sticks.
  4. Optionally, adjust mouse Sensitivity, Y/X Ratio, DD Factor, Deadzone and Conversion Curve settings in the Input Translator’s Mouse XY Converter. Pre-made game Input Translators are already optimised and shouldn’t require tweaking, except for Sensitivity.
  5. Save the Input Translator to PC or Mac, click the Install To icon in Gtuner IV and select the Memory Slot on Titan Two. Input Translators can be stacked on top of Gamepacks or GPC Scripts in the same Memory Slot.
  6. Set the Output Protocol in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration to USB Automatic, or your preferred console’s protocol. Mouse DPI, Titan Two Input Polling Rate and Titan Two Output Polling Rate to match your mouse polling rate can also be set in Device Configuration.
Usage – Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360
  1. Connect Titan Two to Xbox Series X / S, PS3, Xbox One or Xbox 360 using the provided micro-USB cable via the OUTPUT port of Titan Two.
  2. Connect a wired USB mouse, or wireless USB mouse adapter, to the INPUT-A port of Titan Two.
  3. Connect an Xbox Series X / S, PS3, Xbox One or Xbox 360 controller to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two.
  4. Start the Xbox Series X / S, PS3, Xbox One or Xbox 360 console and login to your user account to authenticate the controller.
  5. After authentication, disconnect the controller from INPUT-B and connect a wired USB keyboard, or wireless USB keyboard adapter.
Usage – PS5 & PS4

PlayStation 5 (PS5) requires a DUALSENSE controller and PlayStation 4 (PS4) requires a wired DUALSHOCK 4 to be connected to Titan Two at all times for authentication. An OTG adapter (sold separately) is needed to add an additional USB slot to Titan Two for connection with a mouse, keyboard & authentication controller.

  1. Connect Titan Two to PS5 / PS4 using the provided micro-USB cable via the OUTPUT port of Titan Two.
  2. Connect a wired USB mouse, or wireless USB mouse adapter, to the INPUT-A port of Titan Two.
  3. Connect a DUALSENSE controller on PS5, or a DUALSHOCK 4 controller on PS4 to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two.
  4. Connect an OTG adapter to the rear PROG port of Titan Two.
  5. Connect a wired USB keyboard, or wireless USB keyboard adapter to the OTG adapter.

Titan Two is a capable mouse & keyboard adapter, however there is a learning curve to adjust Mouse XY Converter settings, so it’s best to use pre-made Input Translators from Gtuner IV → Online Resources.

For a plug-and-play console mouse & keyboard experience, we recommend XIM APEX.

KMG Capture allows Titan Two to pass PC-connected mice, keyboards, gamepads and joysticks through to PlayStation and Xbox consoles. KMG Capture works alongside gaming devices connected direct to Titan Two, e.g. console controllers, XIM APEX mouse & keyboard adapter etc.

Setup – Input Translator

To customise mouse, keyboard and/or joystick button bindings for use with Titan Two, create an Input Translator.

  1. Connect Titan Two to Windows PC using the provided micro-USB cable via the PROG port of Titan Two.
  2. Open Gtuner IV configuration app in Windows and go to File → New → New Input Translator.
  3. In the Input Translator tab of Gtuner IV, edit the mouse, keyboard and/or joystick bindings to customise to your needs. Press F1 to view a GPC Input Reference guide to controller buttons and sticks.
  4. Optionally, adjust mouse Sensitivity, Y/X Ratio, DD Factor, Deadzone and Conversion Curve settings in the Input Translator’s Mouse XY Converter. Pre-made game Input Translators are already optimised and shouldn’t require tweaking, except for Sensitivity.
  5. Save the Input Translator to PC, click the Install To icon in Gtuner IV and select the Memory Slot on Titan Two. Input Translators can be stacked on top of Gamepacks or GPC Scripts in the same Memory Slot.
  6. Set the Output Protocol in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration to USB Automatic, or your preferred console’s protocol. Mouse DPI, Titan Two Input Polling Rate and Titan Two Output Polling Rate to match your mouse polling rate can also be set in Device Configuration.
Usage – Windows PC
  1. Connect Titan Two to your preferred console using the provided micro-USB cable via the OUTPUT port of Titan Two.
  2. Connect Titan Two to Windows PC using a second micro-USB cable (not included) via the PROG port of Titan Two.
  3. Start Gtuner IV configuration app in Windows and go to Device Configuration → Output Protocol. Set to USB Automatic, or your console’s USB protocol.
  4. Go to Gtuner IV → Tools → KMG Capture, or press F4.
  5. Tick Keyboard, Mouse and/or Gamepad/Joystick to pass the selected devices through to Titan Two.
  6. Click ENTER CAPTURE MODE to enable KMG Capture. The keyboard, mouse and/or joystick are under the control of Titan Two while KMG Capture is enabled.
  7. To exit KMG Capture mode, hold Ctrl + Esc to swap the devices back to PC.

KMG Capture mode does not work in the Mac version of Gtuner IV due to a lack of gaming device support in macOS. If KMG Capture is important, install Windows 10 to a Boot Camp partition on Mac to connect PC-compatible gaming devices to Titan Two. Windows 10 does not need to be licensed for this purpose (a watermark will appear in the bottom-right of unlicensed Windows 10 installations, to no ill effect).

Multi Interface HID is an Output Protocol that passes raw mouse and keyboard input to gaming systems with native mouse & keyboard support, such as PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. 

Multi Interface HID allows advanced Titan Two mod scripts and macros to be used in PC and console games with native mouse & keyboard support, such as Fortnite, Final Fantasy XIV, They Are Billions and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

The mouse & keyboard can be connected direct to Titan Two, or passed via KMG Capture from a Windows PC to your preferred gaming system.

Using Multi Interface HID on console, or using Multi Interface HID with a console controller connected on PC, requires an Input Translator or GPC script to map keys and buttons to game actions.

Using Multi Interface HID for mouse & keyboard input on PC does not require an Input Translator as native mouse & keyboard bindings are managed within the game settings.

Multi Interface HID is an Output Protocol that passes raw mouse and keyboard input to gaming systems with native mouse & keyboard support, such as PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / s and Windows PC. 

Multi Interface HID allows advanced Titan Two mod scripts and macros to be used in PC and console games with native mouse & keyboard support, such as Fortnite, Final Fantasy XIV, They Are Billions and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

The mouse & keyboard can be connected direct to Titan Two, or passed via KMG Capture from a Windows PC to your preferred gaming system.

Using Multi Interface HID on console, or using Multi Interface HID with a console controller connected on PC, requires an Input Translator or GPC script to map keys and buttons to game actions.

Using Multi Interface HID for mouse & keyboard input on PC does not require an Input Translator as native mouse & keyboard bindings are managed within the game settings.

GPC Headers are custom-made functions that add advanced features to Titan Two GPC scripts, without needing to know the ins-and-outs of the GPC2 programming language.

Download and install Gtuner IV software on Windows 10 or macOS, then view the Getting to know your Device guide to learn how to setup Titan Two.

Titan Two has extensive online documentation covering the Titan Two hardware, supported gaming controllers, wired and wireless connections, Gtuner IV software, Gamepacks, GPC scripting and more.

Download and install Gtuner IV software on Windows 10 or macOS. Use the supplied micro-USB cable to connect Titan Two to PC or Mac via the PROG port. Open Gtuner IV and select Tools → Check for Updates to install the latest firmware to your Titan Two device.

Please note that Mac users may need to reselect Gtuner IV → Tools → Check for Updates when Titan Two enters bootloader mode. Selecting Check for Update a second time will resume the firmware update.

Download and install Gtuner IV software on Windows 10 or macOS. Gamepacks and GPC scripts are downloaded via the Online Resources tab of Gtuner IV.

Gamepacks and GPC scripts are installed to Titan Two by opening Gtuner IV software on PC or Mac and connecting Titan Two via the PROG port to a spare PC or MAC USB port. Gtuner IV will automatically detect the connected Titan Two.

From the Online Resources tab in Gtuner IV, drag a Gamepack from the All or Gamepacks menus onto a Titan Two Memory Slot. An easy-to-use configuration menu will open for the selected Gamepack. Configure your preferred settings, then click the Save & Run menu button. To reopen a Gamepack’s configuration menu, click the Interactive Configurator Icon icon to the right of the Memory Slot to open the menu. If the Interactive Configurator Icon icon isn’t visible, restart Gtuner IV.

Download GPC Scripts via the Online Resources tab of Gtuner IV. Browse or Search for a GPC script in All or GPC Scripts, then drag onto a Titan Two Memory Slot to install. GBC scripts are encrypted and cannot be edited, so will only display a drag option. GPC scripts are open-source and can also be downloaded for editing. GBC scripts contain configuration menus (click the Interactive Configurator Icon icon to open), whereas GPC may or may not include a configuration menu.

To edit a GPC script, download and open the file in Gtuner IV → GPC Script IDE. Edit the red values in a GPC script to customise to your needs, then click the “Compile” icon (or press F7).  If there are no errors in the GPC script, click the Save icon, give the file a name and save to your PC or Mac.

To install a compiled GPC script to Titan Two, open the file in the GPC Script IDE tab, click the “Install To” icon and select a Memory Slot.

Refer to the Macro Editor Interface documentation to record Titan Two macro files.

We recommend recording only STICK and BUTTON information when saving a macro file – ACCEL, GYRO & POINT data is not required in most macros and adds unnecessary bloat to the file.

Macro files can be recorded to PC or Mac, then dragged from the File Explorer panel onto the Macro Explorer in Gtuner IV configuration app. Please note that file names are restricted to 8 characters, e.g. filename.gmk.

Alternately, copy the MacroRecPlay GPC script from the Online Resources panel of Gtuner IV onto a Titan Two Memory Slot to record macros direct to a micro-SD card (not included).

CronusMAX Gamepacks are locked within the ecosystem of Cronus PRO configuration app and cannot be installed on Titan Two.

Many CronusMAX GPC scripts feature the same mods (and more) as a CronusMAX Gamepack. CronusMAX GPC scripts are compatible with Titan Two and can be upgraded for faster timing and more functionality.

Titan Two is backwards-compatible with CronusMAX and Titan One GPC scripts, extending Titan Two’s GPC script library to over 5000 thousand files.

Download CronusMAX GPC scripts from the CronusMAX GPC Script Library. Download Titan One GPC scripts from the Titan One GPC Library.

To convert a CronusMAX or Titan One GPC script to Titan Two GPC2 code, refer to this thread, or download this app from the ConsoleTuner forums. ConsoleTuner community members may also convert scripts on request.

Mods & macros are not game cheats or hacks, they rely entirely on controller input game mechanics to function. Video game developers change game mechanics on a frequent basis, so it’s not unusual for a mod to stop working months or years after a Gamepack or GPC script was created, e.g. Jitter weapon-swapping exploits in CoD games don’t tend to work for very long.

Game developers may change the stickiness of aim assist, reduce the lock-on effect of aiming down sights, patch gameplay exploits, increase recoil or reticle bloom, remove weapons etc. Game changes are beyond the control of Titan Two and a Gamepack or GPC script may have a reduced effect or no longer work.

Mod Squad does not provide support for Gamepacks, GPC scripts or macros. Visit the GPC Script Programming (Titan Two) forum on the ConsoleTuner website, or create your own mods to adjust for changes to gameplay. We do not provide any form of compensation if the Titan Two device, a Gamepack, GPC script, or macro does not perform as you’d like in a game.

There are a number of common causes for a non-working Titan Two. The following solutions will resolve almost all issues:

  1. Use the power button to turn on the console instead of the PS or XBox button on the controller. Also, remove the battery from Xbox One and Xbox 360 controllers. Otherwise, Titan Two may be bypassed by the controller connecting wirelessly to the console.
  2. Fully charge the controller before connecting to Titan Two. Titan Two will trickle-charge a controller to keep it fully charged, but may not receive enough power from the console to charge a drained controller. Removing the battery from Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and Xbox 360 controllers reduces the risk of power-related disconnects.
  3. Check that Output Protocol in Gtuner IV → Device Configuration is set to the correct gaming system, or to USB Automatic.
  4. A genuine, first-party gaming controller is required for authentication with the console. Plug Titan Two into the console, connect the controller to the INPUT-B port of Titan Two and press the Xbox or PS button to authenticate. A third-party or crossover controller may be connected to the INPUT-A port of Titan Two, e.g. to use a DUALSHOCK 4 controller on Xbox One.
  5. If Titan Two is not detected on PS5 or PS4, go to PS5 / PS4 → Settings → Devices → Controllers → Communication Method and set to USB.
  6. If Titan Two is not detected on Xbox Series X / S or Xbox One, press and hold the power button on the front of the console for 15 seconds. Once off, unplug the power cable to the console for 60 seconds. Reconnect the power cable and use the power button to turn on the console. Connect Titan Two to the console, then attach the gaming controller for authentication with the console.
  7. A faulty or power-only USB cable from the controller to Titan Two will cause disconnects. Dropping a controller while connected to USB is enough to cause a USB cable fault. Replace with a data and power capable USB cable (micro-USB on PS4 and Xbox One, mini-USB on PS3 and Xbox 360). Xbox Play & Charge Kits are not supported because there are no data lines in the cable. Titan Connection Kit USB cables are specifically designed for competitive gaming and work well with Titan Two.
  8. Insufficient power may cause disconnects due to overloading the console USB port. Titan Two does not power connected peripherals, the console does. A console USB port supplies only 5V of power, which is enough to power Titan Two and a charged controller. Adding a Titan Expansion Kit, a second wired controller, XIM APEX, or a mouse & keyboard to Titan Two may cause disconnects.

    Connecting a compatible power adapter (7.5V 2A, 4.0mm x 1.7mm, centre-positive) to the Titan Two power port should fix power issues and prevent further disconnects. If purchasing a power adapter, ensure it meets exact specifications or your equipment may be damaged. Adjustable voltage power adapters are not recommended. Damage to Titan Two or connected devices as a result of using incorrect power specifications, a faulty power adapter, or a power adapter that does not comply with Australian standards, is not covered under warranty.

  9. Use USB 2.0 ports on a PC or Mac to update Titan Two firmware, and to install Gamepacks and GPC scripts via Gtuner IV. USB 3.0 ports are not always fully backwards-compatible with USB 2.0 devices like Titan Two.
  10. If a 3.5mm headset is not working, refer to the “Can I use a controller headset on Titan Two?” question above.
  11. If PS Remote Play is not working on macOS, refer to the “Does Titan Two work with PS Remote Play?” question above.
  12. If mouse & keyboard is not working, refer to the “How do I use mouse & keyboard with Titan Two?” question above.
  13. If KMG Capture mode is not working, refer to the “How do I use KMG Capture Mode?” question above. KMG Capture mode is not supported on macOS.
  14. Temporarily disable anti-virus apps while updating Titan Two to prevent Gtuner IV functions being blocked.
  15. Update to the latest Titan Two firmware. Connect Titan Two to PC or Mac via the PROG port using the supplied mini-USB cable. Start Gtuner IV software and go to Tools → Check for Updates. Titan Two will automatically detect the installed firmware version and prompt for an update if one is available.

Please refer to the Support tab above for links to manuals, software, tutorials and/or troubleshooting. The product manufacturer has the knowledge and expertise to quickly diagnose and resolve common issues.

Please check the Conditions tab prior to purchase for Titan Two requirements and limitations.

Though not required, a micro-SD card (not included) is recommended to expand the Memory Slots of Titan Two from 3 slots to 9, and for on-board storage of macro files.

A micro-SD card also adds support for numerous third-party devices that need dedicated drivers to work correctly on Titan Two, e.g. Fragpedal foot pedals, Logitech steering wheels and Steam Controller.

Titan Connection Kit (sold separately) includes an OTG adapter to convert the OUTPUT or PROG USB port on the rear of Titan Two to a third USB port to connect an additional USB device, e.g. a mouse, keyboard and authentication controller on Titan Two.

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