The PlayStation 4 controller, and even the PS4 itself, is a powerhouse of hardware and software. There are all sorts of options, but the one that stands out for me is the controller’s ability to be modded and made to fit your preferences. By modding your PS4, you can change the look of the controller to your style, play any game, or even make it more like what you want.
After we played a bunch of the first two weeks of Destiny, I decided to do a little modding myself.
Destiny is the most hardcore of the current generation of MMOs and it’s certainly the most extreme in terms of gear and power levels. I’ve been playing Destiny since it launched and my goal is to get as much gear and power as possible. I’ve never modded my PS4 controller, but I did a little modding of my PS4 itself and here’s how it went.
I started out with a modded controller because when I first got on Destiny, I was already way too far into the game to have time to mod the controller. I got the controller modded just because it was fun and I wanted to try doing something that I have been doing on my PC in the past.
I started off with a modded controller because I was too lazy to mod the controller. Well, once I had the controller modded and had gotten the controller hooked up, I decided that I had the time to mod the controller. I was playing Destiny at the time, and I noticed that the modded controller had the power to do a lot of cool stuff.
I quickly hacked the controller and got the controller modded, but I didn’t play Destiny at the time because I was already playing Destiny 2. However, I wanted to see if anyone else had done the same modding on a modded controller and got their controller modded.
As it turns out, the modded controller does have a few cool powers that will help you progress in Destiny. One of them is the ability to get up to 100% health and damage your foes by hitting them in the face. I think this is something that a lot of people will love, and it will allow you to go from level 30 to level 20 in three or four hours with a bit of practice.
I’m not sure I like the way the controller modding works. I think that the people who did the modding are trying to break the “modded controller is the controller of Destiny 2” trend that a lot of people have been playing with. I’m not a big fan of this trend because for the most part, the people playing with the controllers are not playing as much as they used to.
The modded controllers are a very recent addition to Destiny 1, so I think that it’s just a matter of time before we see a modded controller trend, but it sure does seem like the trend has been growing. I am pretty sure that Destiny 2 will be modded for the PS4, and I would be pretty happy if it was modded as well.
I think Destiny 2 will have mods for the PS3 and PS4, but I hope they aren’t modded for the Wii U and Playstation TV. Both of those platforms are far beyond my skill level, and the mods on the PS3 and PS4 are so complicated that they could really take a lot of time to do. Most of the mods that I’ve seen for Destiny 1 are designed to make the game more fun for you, not for the rest of the world.