The T.Flight Hotas 4, official joystick on PLAYSTATION®4 and compatible with PC, provides a high level of realism: its stick features a large hand rest and easily accessible rapid-fire trigger. The life-size, detachable throttle provides super-responsive power. The dual rudder system works by rotating the handle (with integrated locking system) or by progressive tilting lever. T.Flight Hotas 4 is also programmable, mappable and features an internal memory to save the latest programming, even when disconnected
Official joystick for PS4 & compatible with PC
Thrustmaster is proud to launch a limited edition pack for PS4: War Thunder Starter Pack, with the T.Flight Hotas 4, the first Plug & Play joystick for PlayStation 4.
Enjoy an ergonomic and realistic joystick designed to adapt to all types of flights (aerial combat, space adventure, civil flight, etc.).
Realistic and ergonomic joystick
In real life, pilots use a stick and throttle as flight controls, as these are the most effective in terms of performance and precision. T. Flight Hotas 4 provides this same level of realism.
The joystick’s unique, ergonomic design adapts to all types of flight (aerial combat, space adventure, civil flight, etc.). The large hand rest helps players keep their hand in a very stable and relaxed position, to respond to the subtlest motions.
Adjust the stick’s resistance to suit your needs and preferences. The base is weighted, to offer enhanced stability during gaming sessions.
The joystick features a full-size throttle which you can use to easily control the acceleration of your aircraft.
The throttle is detachable and may be positioned in 2 different ways, either:
- Detached and separated from the joystick (to recreate authentic piloting conditions); or
- Attached to the joystick (for greater stability and to take up less space)
Dual rudder system
The joystick features a rudder function, which in a plane corresponds to the pedals used by the pilot to turn the steering, allowing the plane to pivot around its vertical axis (therefore making the plane turn left or right). This rudder function is accessible on your joystick by rotating the handle (with integrated locking system) or by progressive tilting lever.