NOTE: Links to Brook device firmware update information and instructions are available in the Support tab.
The Brook Super Converter is a USB-based adapter designed to convert your Playstation 2 peripheral for use in the Xbox One console, or Windows PC. It does this without requiring authorization from an original gamepad. This unprecedented advancement makes the Brook Super Converter the most portable adapter on the market today.
Full-Featured, Firmware Upgradeable
The Brooks Super Converter has several convenient features to improve the control experience.
- Accepts FightSticks, wired Playstation 2 gamepads, and steering wheels amongst other original and 3rd party PS2 compatible peripherals. Also compatible with Playstation One devices such as original PS1 Dualshock controller
- Dedicated center button to emulate the Xbox One button, plus short and long Xbox Button press; will also wakeup Xbox when in standby mode.
- Supports mapping a single or combination of buttons to a Turbo function for rapid fire play.
- Ability to hot-swap peripherals without unplugging the device from the console.
- Vibration support.
In addition, the Brook Super Converter is firmware upgradeable, which can be used to improve functionality, and add new features. Firmware updates are performed by attaching your device to a Windows PC, or Mac with Boot Camp partition or Parallels Virtual PC software.
As of now, the Brook Super Converter and Wingman series are allowed by EVO, one of the most popular global tournament events. Often EVO's policies are adopted at smaller tournaments. This policy is a tentative acceptance - should the converter become disabled via Sony firmware update before EVO, it could face a ban. You can learn more about it here.
The Brook Super Converter comes in its own professionally designed packaging. In the packaging is the device; paper instructions are also included in English and Taiwanese. You can also download the instructions as a PDF from the Support tab.
Currently there is no firmware updates for this device
Instructions and Brook Device FAQ