Cyberpunk 2077 Controls Guide – Button Mappings, Control Scheme, Advanced Controls

Cyberpunk 2077 PC DualSense, Cyberpunk 2077 Controls Guide

Cyberpunk 2077 has some of the most detailed control schemes for PC, PS4, and Xbox One and remembering them can be a bit of a challenge. In this Cyberpunk 2077 guide, we will help players with the game’s basic and advanced controls on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Cyberpunk 2077 Controls

The following are the basic button mappings/ Control schemes for the Dualshock 4 and Xbox One controllers against their respective actions. Not only that, we will also dive in-depth into the PlayStation 4’s advanced controls for Cyberpunk 2077. Also, the game doesn’t support the mouse and keyboard on PS4 and Xbox One.

Action PlayStation 4 Xbox One
Move L stick L stick
Use Item D-pad up D-pad up
Phone Menu Hold D-pad down Hold D-pad down
Call Vehicle D-pad Right D-pad Right
Open Garage Hold D-pad Right D-pad Right
Open Notifications D-pad Left D-pad Left
Move Camera R stick R stick
Reset Camera/ Quick Melee R3 R3
Sprint L3 L3
Photo Mode L3 + R3 L3 + R3
Use Combat Gadget R1 RB
Aim Combat Gadget Hold R1 Hold RB
Scanning Mode Hold L1 Hold LB
Quick Scan L1 LB
Companion Command L1 + ▢ L1 + X
Attack/Shoot R2 RT
Strong Attack (Melee) Hold R2 Hold RT
Aim Down Sights L2 LT
Block (Melee) L2 LT
Interact/ Reload X
Draw Weapon Y
Holster Weapon Double-tap △ Double-tap Y
Quick Weapon selection Hold △ Hold Y
Jump X A
Skip Conversation/Crouch O B
Skip Cutscenes Hold O Hold B
Game Menu Touchpad
Pause Menu Option Start

You can also see the detailed Duaslchock 4 control scheme in the image below.

Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 Control Scheme

As for the other controls like controller sensitivity, you can check them out in the images below. As you can see, these are standard controls for first-person view and third-person view. However, First-person camera controls has some advanced options that we will discuss below.

First-person Camera Advanced Options

Cyberpunk 2077 offers advanced options for its first-person camera, which you can see in the image below.

Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 Advanced Controls

Response Curve
Maps raw controller inputs onto the curve before applying sensitivity.

Horizontal Turning Bonus
The turning bonus applies additional rotation speed when the camera control is fully pressed.

Vertical Turning Bonus
The turning bonus applies additional rotation speed when the camera control is fully pressed.

Turning Ramp-Up Time
Determines the time over which the turning bonus ramps up to full effect.

Turning Delay
The delay before the turning bonus is activated.

Horizontal Turning(ADS)
Horizontal Turning bonus while aiming.

Vertical Turning(ADS)
Vertical Turning bonus while aiming.

Turning Ramp-Up Time(ADS)
Determines the time over which the turning bonus ramps up to full effect while aiming.

Turning Delay ADS
The delay before the turning bonus is applied while aiming.

That is all for our Cyberpunk 2077 Controls Guide with tips on basic controls schemes for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One along with advanced options for FIrst-Person Camera controls.

8 COMMENTS

  1. I’m pretty F***ING annoyed right now by how cyberpunk is literally the only fps in history where ADS only speeds up the turn sensitivity. That’s pretty a** backwards. Either I turn like a boat while I’m moving around the environment or my ADS is lightning fast, and trying to shoot people is pointless endeavor.

  2. You can adjust those individually in the settings. You could flip what you’re saying if you wanted. Did you look at the control settings? Did you open the advanced settings and look there? There are specific settings for turning and separate sliders for ADS.

  3. I’m just trying to figure out the response curve setting. The description means nothing to me, and the individual options for it don’t have their own descriptions. What do “Dynamic”, “Sensitive”, “Raw”, and “Recommended” DO, exactly?!?

    WTF does “Maps raw controller inputs onto the curve before applying sensitivity” mean?!? What curve? What does mapping the controls to it do?

  4. I wish the d pad up and holding down the d pad to use the phone weren’t so similar because the amount of times I’ve wasted health cannisters because if this is ridiculous. Does the PS4 have a button mapping option?

  5. Lol! What?!? Literally every game since the end of the Playstation 2 era uses L2 and R2 for weapon control. How have you dealt with this in the past?

    • Because people just like to have certain button maps and some games allow you to do change it as you please.
      Don’t have much memory of having L2-R2 being used for aiming and shooting, unless it’s built in like that. First thing I do is change the controls if that’s the case.

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