Cronus PRO v1.20 BETA 10

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We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and great time over the holidays. It may have seemed a little quiet at CronusMAX HQ but there’s been quite a lot of development work going on behind the scenes in preparation for the new year. We hope to share lot’s of goodies with you over the coming months!

Today, we’re releasing a new version of the Cronus PRO BETA which has had many updates and fixes. We feel this is very close now to a release candidate so if you are running v1.12 we recommend you give this version a go.

This new version is also rid of the C++ 2010/2015 dependency (we no longer need C++) which, as a result should lead to less issues for people running Cronus PRO on a new PC (some of you may have had problems starting Cronus PRO without manually installing the C++ 2015 Redistributable x86 package). This is no longer going to be an issue.

While we re-wrote the compiler we also added several new features to it, mainly to make it easier for those familiar with programming in other languages such as C, C++, C# etc. to have things they’re used to having such as “variable++” which is the equivalent of doing “variable = variable + 1”. We find ourselves wanting this all the time, so we’ve implemented it 🙂

However as always with a beta, you may find bugs, so we will be relying on you to report any issues to us in this dedicated forum.

Users who have had issues after upgrading to Firmware v1.23 (Device Disconnecting, Stuck in Programming Mode etc) – Use this Beta to downgrade to v1.22 then upgrade to v1.23 again and that should fix the problem.

Changes since v1.20 Beta 9

  • Fixed some issues with arrays (they should now be working correctly everywhere)
  • Added support for 2 new types of loops: “for” and “do while”, they’re defined like follows:

  • Added a bunch of keywords you can no longer use in your scripts; “const”, “byte”, “char”, “sizeof”, “do” and “for”, the first 4 are used in constructs i’m not ready to document/explain just yet, just don’t use these words as-is and you should be good (they can be used within variable names etc, just not as a specific name)
  • Fixed a bunch of issues with the bit operation functions, they weren’t being handled correctly, they are now 🙂
  • Corrected the precedence rules, they’re as follows: (the higher the operator, the higher it’s value is treated in the compiler)
    • variables, constants, function calls and anything within ( )’s (this is how you clarify what you want to the compiler, if you don’t these rules apply)
    • !, ++, —
    • *, /, %
    • +, –
    • <, <=, >, >=
    • ==, !=
    • &&
    • ^^
    • ||
    • =, +=, -=, *=, %=, /=

For a full list of changes since 1.12 check out the release thread for

1.20 Beta 6:…RO-1-20-Beta-6
1.20 Beta 7:…RO-1-20-Beta-7
1.20 Beta 8:…RO-1-20-Beta-8
1.20 Beta 9:…RO-1-20-Beta-9

Please post any bugs your encounter in this support topic so we can fix them…

This beta can only be used for 30 days after it has been released, meaning it’ll stop working after February 17

You can download it here:

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Script Game Interface!

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CronusMAX scripting legend Excalibur has created a brand new S.G.I. Tool (Scripting Game Interface) for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – and it is the most explosive set of Mod tools ever created for this game and there’s simply way too many to fit into a single GamePack.

S.G.I. is a new system of creating scripts which makes it a lot more flexible and easier to manage than GamePacks giving you complete control over which Mods you’d like to include with full control over the mapping and tuning of each Mod, complete with the full source code so you can share your scripts with the community and fine tune so that they are as accurate to your own personal experience as possible.

A selection of Mods available include Custom Button Layouts, Rapid Fire (Primary & Secondary), Drop Shot, Jump Shot, Side Shot, Scope Shot, Hold Breath, Toggle ADS, Anti-Recoil, Tact Jitter, Alt Jitter, Quick Scope, Sniper Scope, Slide Reload, Akimbo with Dual Easy, Always Run, Aim Assist, Long Jump, Special Ability & More.

You will find complete instructions and support for this tool given directly by the author, Excalibur – on the CronusMAX Community Forums.

Click Here For Full Instructions & Support:…nterface-S-G-I

A very special thanks to the very popular CronusMAX Community Staff Member, Excalibur.


Cronus PRO v1.20 BETA 8

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The Cronus PRO v1.20 BETA has been updated to BETA 8. Here are the changes since v1.20 BETA 7:

  • Fixed some issues with if, else if and else causing incorrect jumps to happen which could potentially cause the VM to crash due to a never ending loop.
  • Added a missing name check for variables, it was possible to declare variables with the same name as constants (both built in and user constants), later on in the script the constant would be prioritized over the variable where applicable (you could give the variable a value but never actually use it directly).

Please post any bugs your encounter in this support topic so we can fix them…

This beta can only be used for 30 days after it has been released, meaning it’ll stop working after December 10

You can download it here:

Cronus PRO v1.20 BETA 7

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The Cronus PRO v1.20 BETA has been updated to BETA 7. Here are the changes since v1.20 BETA 6:

  • Fixed an issue where the exit mode string wouldn’t update properly while running X-Aim
  • Moved GPC Generation to a background thread in MAX Combo making the UI not lock itself while processing all the data…
  • Fixed a bug in the new compiler causing edge values for the 8-bit range (0 – 255 and/or -128 – 127) to trigger a warning about the value being 16-bit (which isn’t true), with this fix i also added the actual value to the warning message to make it a little bit easier to understand what triggered it
  • Fixed a bug causing the unused function warning to always pop up regardless of if the function was used or not
  • Added warnings about unused function arguments and combos
  • Added warnings about unused variables with the following cases:
    • unused – It’s not used anywhere at all (neither assigned a value nor read) – This will be printed even if you use it as a base for array indexes which may or may not be a good thing, let me know what you guys think about that
    • assigned but not used – It’s assigned a value but is never used anywhere (it’s value is never checked/used anywhere)
    • used but not assigned – It’s never assigned a value and will therefor always return 0 as it’s value (this is the default value any variable is given) – NOTE: giving a variable a value when you define it or in the init section counts as assigning it a value, perhaps i should change that behavior and have it tell you when a variable is given a value at startup but never changes…?

Please post any bugs your encounter in this support topic so we can fix them…

This beta can only be used for 30 days after it has been released, meaning it’ll stop working after December 10

You can download it here:

Cronus PRO v1.20 BETA 6

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We’re now releasing this new version of Cronus PRO as a public beta due to the HUGE changes done under the hood, to prevent everyone from having issues and needing a fix like yesterday, we’ve started making larger changes in Beta builds rather than pushing them out as updates for everyone, this allows us to have a smaller group of people affected by bugs so that we can fix them rather than having to deal with a large number of complaints about these issues.

Some of you have likely experienced some random issues and/or completely different behavior from what you’re expecting from your script(s) etc. This should be fixed with this beta as we’ve completely re-written the compiler and the interpreter in a different language. We’ve also decided to swap out the HID library (used to communicate with the CronusMAX PLUS itself).

With all of this re-writing of the major under-the-hood libraries, we’re also able to get rid of the C++ 2010/2015 dependency (we no longer need C++) which, as a result should lead to less issues for people running Cronus PRO on a new PC (some of you may have had issues starting Cronus PRO without manually installing the C++ 2015 Redistributable x86 package). This is no longer going to be an issue.

While we re-wrote the compiler we also added several new features to it, mainly to make it easier for those familiar with programming in other languages such as C, C++, C# etc. to have things they’re used to having such as “variable++” which is the equivalent of doing “variable = variable + 1”. We find ourselves wanting this all the time, so we’ve implemented it 🙂

This Beta has been available to a select few members of our community for a couple of weeks now and we feel we nailed a number of the major bugs, so we’ve now decided to release it for everyone to enjoy. However as always with a beta, you should expect bugs to be present, so we will be relying on you to report any issues to us in this dedicated forum.

  • HID Library completely re-written in C#
  • GPC Interpreter Library completely re-written in C# including the new opcodes – they’re there but not fully functional (Needs A LOT of testing) some changes/fixes made:
    • get_ptime now function correctly and gives you the press or release time of the button
    • get_ptime is no longer limited to 4000 milliseconds, it’s now limited to 32767
    • get_pvar and set_pvar are now functioning properly, they’re however not kept between runs in X-Aim (yet)
  • GPC Compiler Library completely re-written in C# with some additional functions, and lot’s of bugfixes:
    • Added support for ++ and — for variables (variable++ and variable–, not ++variable/–variable)
    • Added support for +=, -=, *=, /= and %= for variable assignments (basically the same as doing: variable = variable <+,-,*,/ or %> <expression>)
    • Added support for 16-bit values in the data section (NOTE: This will issue a warning that any index coming after this will be +1 from it’s original state, that’s because it’s divided into 2 8-bit values before being added to the bytecode)
    • Added support for doing arithmetic operations for constants, you can now do something like:

define value = 1; define value2 = value + 2;

  • Added support for pre-computing constant arithmetics, saving space in the final output (as constant math will be computed at compile time rather then at runtime)
  • Fixed issues with user function returns
  • Fixed issues with empty user functions
  • Removed support for doing “- 1” for example when wanting it to be a negative value (this is considered a syntax error, there should be no space between the minus and the number!), you can still do things like “- CONSTANT” and “-CONSTANT” etc. (and the same for variables, for variables it’s translated to the same as if you did inv(<variable_expression>);
  • Fixed multiple issues with compiled binary data (they would sometimes cause the Virtual Machine running the GPC code to crash – unloading the script)
  • Fixed a issue where doing something like:

function func(idx) {
if (TRUE)
idx = idx*4;

  • would result in a syntax error (the idx would become part of the return despite not belonging together)
  • Fixed a issue with how things like var[var] = !var[var]; was compiled which would result in incorrect opcode order
  • Added a check for never ending while loops (constant trigger only) which are now treated as an error (you really shouldn’t do this as it’ll mess up the VM, it’ll get stuck in this and won’t output anything… example:

main {
while (TRUE) { // This will always run, regardless, and due to no break, it'll never leave this
set_val(0, 100);

  • Added a error line highlight to the code editor (it will now highlight the line that caused an error from the compiler) the default color is red but can be customized in the config (it supports some common names such as “red”, “blue”, “green” etc. and also ARGB annotations: #AARRGGBB (hex, similar to HTML except with the alpha aswell which is the opacity (FF for full color, 80 for semi-transparent)
  • Added support for jumping to the error when trying to compile a script that has an error in it
  • Fixed a issue with Online Library causing titles to not be wrapped correctly
  • Fixed a issue with the search function in Online Library – It will now search specifically for what you type in by default (unless using the new setting below):
  • Added “Advanced Search” to Online Library which lets you override the above fix (restore previous behavior where it does a broad search)
  • Added a “go to” command (Ctrl + G) which lets you jump to line x and column y (or just the line)
  • Fixed a issue where high contrast themes would make it very difficult (even impossible in most cases) to read what is/was displayed in Cronus PRO – it now looks the same regardless of your color settings, the window changes but nothing within Cronus PRO should now change
  • Added a message whenever an unexpected fatal error occurs in Cronus PRO (the error will be saved in %appdata%\Cronus\Error.log, send this to me if you stumble upon a error so i can fix the bug)
  • Added some sanity checks before flashing a firmware/gamepack/GPC script to avoid further firmware corruption issues
  • Added a option to enable/disable Accel/Gyro highlighting in the Device Monitor
  • Fixed a issue where a corrupt x-aim.cfg could potentially crash Cronus PRO (it is now logged and ignored – loading defaults instead)
  • Added a separate compiler instance for x-aim and CM+ use (as they don’t support the same things, the CM+ has additional opcodes/functions not supported by x-aim)
  • Added a visual indicator as to how many {, [ and ( you have compared to }, ] and ) (currently it’s just “OK” or “Bad” with details when you hover over it)
  • Fixed a issue where disconnecting the monitor then clicking a mouse button would make X-Aim exit capture mode NOTE: This fix MAY cause additional false positives in various antivirus software out there…
  • Added support for selecting to download the latest or previous firmware version
  • Fixed a issue where the PS4 Acc/Gyro and Touch wasn’t available while using X-Aim
  • Fixed a issue where Xbox 360 remap profiles wouldn’t generate GPC properly in MAX Mapper

Please post any bugs your encounter in this support topic so we can fix them…

This beta can only be used for 30 days after it has been released, meaning it’ll stop working after December 7

You can download it here:

CronusMAX PLUS Firmware v1.23 Released

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CronusMAX brings you the third major update of 2016 – in case you missed them, here are the First and Second major updates of the year.

The main highlights for this release are support for the new PS4 Slim DualShock 4 Controller (Model: CUH-ZCT2U) that was released with the PS4 Slim console, Fanatec Racing Wheel Support, a huge update to our PS4 Wheel Edition Mode that adds a large list of Fanatec wheels, pedals, shifters rims and add-ons, all with full force feedback support without the need for any software plugins or a computer to be hooked up to the console, and finally the Xbox One Controller Battery Fix for all Xbox Controllers including the new Xbox One S Controller.

PS4 Slim DualShock 4 Controller

ps4slimCronusMAX is the first controller adapter in the world to add support for the new DualShock 4 Controller Model CUH-ZCT2U that was released with the new PS4 Slim consoles. You can use this awesome new controller to play on many compatible console or system such as the Xbox One S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation TV, Windows PC, and Android Devices (With OTG Cable). You can also use our Zero Lag Tournament Mode with this controller, as when the cable disconnects or becomes loose in USB mode without the CronusMAX it defaults back to Bluetooth – not so with the CronusMAX Tournament Mode, it stays in full, lag-free wired mode. Our Zero Lag Tournament Edition Mode feature was used by every team at this year’s Call of Duty XP 2016 World Championships – no other device compares!

Fanatec Racing Wheel Support

fanatecFor the first time ever, CronusMAX now offers support for a full range of Fanatec Racing wheels on the PlayStation 4 – as long as the wheel supports PS3 mode, they’re good to go. The amazing PS4 Wheel Edition Mode now gives the ability to connect Fanatec Wheels with Full Force Feedback Support, including support for pedals, shifters and other add-ons, all without the need for a computer to be connected to the console or any software plug-ins. This is what the Fanatec Racing Wheel community has been waiting for! So you have a CSW V2 and want to play F1 2016 or Assetto Corsa on the PS4? You got it!

Xbox One Controller Battery Fix

xboxonesXbox Controllers can now be authenticated for crossover controller use on an Xbox One console without needing to remove the batteries. This includes the new Xbox One S Controller!




As always in Cronus PRO go to Tools > Firmware Update

CronusMAX PLUS Standard Mode v1.23 Changes:
  • Added: Support for New DualShock 4 Controller CUH-ZCT2U (Released with PS4 Slim).
  • Added: Correct XB1 input report sequence numbering.
  • Added: XB1 controllers can now be used as authorization controller with batteries.
  • Tested with:
  • – Xbox One S Controller 3.1.1215.0
  • – Xbox One Controller with 3.5mm jack 2.3.2381.0
  • – Xbox One Controller 2.3.2381.0
CronusMAX PLUS Tournament Edition v1.23 Changes:
  • Added: Correct XB1 input report sequence numbering.
  • Added: XB1 controllers can now be used as authorization controller with batteries.
  • Tested with:
  • – Xbox One S Controller 3.1.1215.0
  • – Xbox One Controller with 3.5mm jack 2.3.2381.0
  • – Xbox One Controller 2.3.2381.0
CronusMAX PLUS PS4 Wheel Edition v1.23 Changes:
  • Updated: G25/G27 switch command to support Fanatec emulation modes (Wheel must be in PS3 Mode).
  • Updated: Moved the G27 PS Home button combo L2 & R2 –> PS to L3 & R3 –> PS.
  • Added: Support now added for Fanatec Wheels with PS3 Mode.
  • Full Force Feedback, Pedals, Shifters, XMB and In-Game Menu Navigation
  • Tested With:
  • – Fanatec CSR
  • – Fanatec CSR Elite
  • – Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo S
  • – Fanatec Porsche 911 GT2
  • – Fanatec Porsche 911 GT3 RS
  • – Fanatec Porsche 911 GT3 RS v2
  • – Fanatec ClubSport Wheel Base v1.5
  • – Fanatec ClubSport Wheel Base v2
PS4 Games Tested Include:
  • Assetto Corsa
  • Project Cars
  • F1 2016
  • F1 2015
  • Drive Club
  • Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo
Many Add-ons Tested Including:
  • Clubsport V2 Pedals
  • Clubsport V3 Pedals
  • CSS V1.5 SQ Shifter
  • BMW GT2 Rim
  • CSL Steering Wheel P1 for Xbox One (CSL RP1X)
  • Formula Rim
  • Universal Hub Rim
  • Porsche 918 RSR wheel
  • Formula Carbon wheel

For instructions on how to setup racing Wheels with the PS4 Wheel Edition, go to this page in the manual.

We wish to thank the many beta testers who helped us these last 2 weeks to make this release as best as we possibly could. In no particular order:

MartyMcSpy, Stephen1300, Picklock, Ecstreme, jotavip, kntkatt, GL0ZZ3N, KittyDawn, jarmenti, AntinOz, Wolfpower11, Yabba, Elohims Wrath, wilbarron, Schattastic, enzo91 and geert.

Special Thanks to Kevin for providing the CUH-ZCT2U a week before it hit the stores. Sorry we didn’t get that update out sooner, but wanted to make sure this release was ready as a whole, we figured you wouldn’t mind waiting an extra couple of days.


#1 Make sure you correctly unpair your Wireless DS4 Controller from your PS4: Click Here
#2 Use the New PS4 Wheel Edition Forums For Support & Guidance: Click Here
#3 Here is the Logitech G27 Button layout that is mapped to the G29: Click Here – You can use this to easily map the buttons of your own supported wheel

Cronus PRO v1.12 and CronusMAX PLUS v1.22 Firmware Update

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The Call of Duty® World League were presented with some challenges as their tournaments are exclusively PS4 and all controllers are Bluetooth. One huge room, a couple hundred controllers – as you can imagine, it wasn’t pretty.

We were approached to help solve this problem because one of the unique abilities of the CronusMAX PLUS, is that it can fully bypass the Bluetooth of a DualShock 4 and connect a stock wireless controller as wired, via a USB cable. As this feature was not currently available from Sony®, the CronusMAX PLUS was the perfect solution to make sure the events could still take place without any problems.

However, after the first couple of tournaments a number of Pro Players complained of minor to severe lag. We attributed this to the fact that many of the devices hadn’t been configured correctly for the PS4, that some were setup different than others. This would account for the variations in lag experience – however there really shouldn’t have been any lag at all. We’ve had Cronus in Pro Tournaments before (for example Comic Con 2015 in London had a great MKX event – all the Xbox One’s had a CronusMAX and the Pro’s loved it).  Given the amount of feedback we were receiving, and somewhat brutal pushback from various social media channels, we couldn’t ignore that there had to be a problem. So we have spent the last couple of weeks on the workbench, liaising with Activision® to make sure they knew that the Pro Players voices had been heard and we were doing everything in our power to first find the problem and then to solve it – before the Call of Duty® XP 2016 Championships started on September 2nd.

After a thousand cups of coffee, we discovered a remarkably obscure anomaly in the code that did indeed cause a very small but noticeable amount of lag, at random times and at random lengths. It’s testament to how good these Pro Players actually are that after all this time it went unnoticed, because the second they played it was spotted instantly.

The speed of the controller will now match the console 1:1. It’s been tested by many Pro Players via Activision® and they unanimously agree that the problem has been 100% solved. This really was a tough problem folks, however we do appreciate the good amount of constructive feedback that we received from the Pro Community (even though some of it was brutal!) We’re happy that we managed to nail this one in time for Champs – hopefully you guys are happy too as it will benefit ALL CronusMAX users. Some comments from the Pro Players who on the beta test program….

“This is 100% better, feels like there’s no CronusMax plugged in which is the main goal!”

“Definitely feels a lot better if any delay at all. Thank you.”

“Only used these settings in a FFA and feel much much Better”

“Feels a lot better good job”

“These settings definitely feel a lot better than before.”

“I wouldn’t even know the Cronus was being used – amazing difference!”

If the CronusMAX PLUS is good enough for the Pro Gamers at the World Championships, it’s good enough for all gamers.

We also rolled in a bunch of other new features and fixes into this release including adding Logitech Driving Force GT support to the PS4 Wheel Edition – with full Force Feedback Support.

I would also like to reiterate, after seeing some comments on social media channels, when in Tournament Mode, it is 100% impossible to use any mods or scripts to gain any kind of advantage. The CronusMAX PLUS is being provided and configured by the event organizers and will display the letter ‘t’ on the LCD screen to indicate that it is in Tournament Mode.
Click Here to download Cronus PRO v1.12

CronusMAX PLUS Firmware v1.22 Changes:

Cronus PRO v1.12 Changes:

  • Added Logitech Driving Force GT support to PS4 Wheel Edition Mode – includes Force Feedback and Pedals.
  • Added support for Logitech Driving Force GT labels in the Device Monitor/Compiler.
  • Added support for syntax highlighting for the Logitech wheels we support to the code editor.
  • Fixed a possible crash when attempting to view the instructions for a GamePack that didn’t actually have an instruction to view.
  • Direct Input Fixes in X-AIM for various controllers.
  • Logitech Racing Wheel Pedals fixed in X-AIM – no longer binded.
  • Fixed Remaps where Xbox 360 was set as the output.
  • Xbox One Elite Paddle labels now highlight in Device Monitor.
  • Filename no longer forces to “Cronus.exe”.
  • X-AIM is now forced to be the top most window which fixes focus drop out issues that some users were having, along with a full screen overlay which can be adjusted with a variable in X-Aim.cfg (OverlayOpacity=75) – 100 being Black.
  • Device Options Speed Up Settings Hover Descriptions updated (Inframe Out no longer Experimental and recommended for all controllers, as well as Inframe In and 1ms)
  • DS4 BT Boost is now solely for BlueTooth/Wireless. It can be disabled when using a USB cable.
  • All links and references to controllermax have now being changed to cronusmax

As an extra bonus, the Logitech G920 beta code was added too, however at this time there is no Force Feedback support and it’s not been tested a great deal – but feel free to have a play and post feedback to the forums.

Click Here to download Cronus PRO v1.12

Best of luck to everyone at Call of Duty®: COD XP 2016!

Call of Duty XP 2016

The Forum, Inglewood, CA – September 2nd – 4th 2016 – Buy Tickets From TicketMaster

Please Note: All attendees must be 18 years of age no later than Friday, September 2nd, 2016.

bbcWe also highly recommend the custom hardwired DualShock 4 controllers from Battle Beaver Customs – the premier leaders in custom controllers. They make an amazing DS4 that has the battery and usb sockets professionally removed and a high quality Micro USB cable that’s hardwired directly to the PCB of the mainboard. If you’re looking for that extra edge, this it it.

They’re currently being supplied by special order only to Pro Players in time for XP 2016, but I know they’ll be taking pre-orders very soon from the general public. Hit them up for more details.

Note: This is a non paid endorsement, we recommend these controllers from personal experience.

USB Extension Cable with Power and Data Switch for CronusMAX PLUS

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This custom designed cable is perfect for when you need to power cycle, or turn off the CronusMAX PLUS without unplugging it from your console.

Our engineers have been using these in house for a while and a client asked how we were able to do so many tests with the Xbox One without unplugging the CronusMAX PLUS from the console. He went crazy when we showed him this simple, but high quality cable that has power and data lines connected – demanding that we sell him a bunch immediatley, so here they are!

On sale now only $4.99 ! – Click Here To Buy

  • Easy power cycle/power off CronusMAX Plus without unplugging from your console or computer – CONVENIENCE!!
  • Compatible with Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3
  • Prolong the life of your CronusMAX PLUS – less risk of accidental damage
  • High Quality KCD5-303 Rocker Switch
  • Heavy Duty 24 AWG Cable
  • USB 2.0 A Male to Female
  • All Wires Connected (VCC, D-, D+, GND)
  • Can be used for many other purposes – Raspberry Pi, Arduino etc – Includes Data Transfer!
  • Cable has a 2A Rating
  • Extremely Durable, high build quality
  • Includes 3 month warranty

Cronus Pro v1.10 & CronusMAX PLUS v1.21 Firmware Released

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Several months ago we promised that there would be so much more to come for the CronusMAX community. We are happy to announce, that the long awaited Cronus PRO v1.10, a massive update in terms of new features, bug fixes and improvements to give you a better than ever experience of the CronusMAX PLUS, has finally been released. As you can see below there is an insane amount of changes; however one of the standout new features that was always thought impossible is the new PS4 Wheel Edition mode. For the first time ever, you can now connect any Logitech G25 or G27 to a PS4 with FULL FORCE FEEDBACK SUPPORT, including Gas, Brake & Clutch pedals support and also 6 speed gear shifter support – all without any special scripts or the need for your computer to be connected to your console. This is a game changer for the racing wheel community and for the CronusMAX community – read on for more details……

CronusMAX PLUS Firmware v1.21 Changes:

  • Xbox One Elite Paddles now supported – registered to GPC labels XB1_PL1, XB1_PL2, XB1_PR1, XB1_PR2
  • DS4 light bar passthrough and mimic on CM+ (Some PS4 games use the lightbar to show health status e.g. Last of Us Medium Health Yellow, Low Health Red or Destiny Supers Charge, lightbar displays Yellow).
  • Fixed Forza/GTA XB1 issue, where trigger never reached 100%…(Trigger now outputs correctly eg GTA wasn’t showing 100% speed output with Trucks)
  • DualShock 4 TouchPad Mapping Fixed – Solves Touchpad issues with Bloodborne, Dark Souls 3 etc
  • All 1.10 devices now update to 1.21 (USB Hub Support Logo will now display in Cronus PRO toolbar)

Cronus PRO v1.10 Changes:

  • Added New Cronus Operational Mode (Easily switch between Standard, Tournament & PS4 Wheel Edition Modes)
  • Added New PS4 Wheel Edition – Connect any Logitech G25/G27 Wheel directly to a PS4 with full Force Feedback Support and all wheel features!
  • Xbox One Elite Paddles now supported – registered to GPC labels XB1_PL1, XB1_PL2, XB1_PR1, XB1_PR2
  • Numerous fixes, optimizations and customizations to the GPC Compiler including many new output notices to improve the code layout.
  • 4K Monitor & Large Font Support (No longer have to set desktop font size to 100%)
  • Improved MAX Rec Plugin recording accuracy
  • Updated MAX Combo TouchPad output (PS4_TOUCHX & PS4_TOUCHY replaced with new ps4_set_touchpad for Touchpad Button Press)
  • Added Logitech G25/G27 Identifiers to Device Monitor input fields for PS4 Wheel Edition Mode (G27_CLUTCH, G27_GAS, G27_BRAKE etc)
  • Added Logitech G29 Identifiers to Device Monitor output fields for PS4 Wheel Edition Mode (G29_CLUTCH, G29_GAS, G29_BRAKE etc)
  • Added New FPS Pro Layouts to X-AIM
  • Updated X-AIM Default Mouse Settings
  • Added New X-AIM Layout Profiles including Steam Controller (Note:
  • Added “Create X-AIM Shortcut” to X-AIM (Load directly into X-AIM)
  • Added multiple advanced tuning options to X-AIM.cfg for Mouse & Keyboard (See manual for more info)
  • Added X-AIM Option to disable CM Controller Input (removes any interference from auth controller)
  • Added X-AIM Option to disable CM Controller Rumble (For either gaming controller as well as auth controller)
  • X-AIM Polling Speed now registered more accurately and in real time (as opposed to previous emulated static number)
  • Improved Timing and Frequency control for Mouse & Keyboard
  • Added Operational Mode logo and status to toolbar
  • Added USB Hub Support logo to toolbar (Yes: Color, No: Gray) (Note: some older CronusMAX v1/v2 versions don’t have USB Hub Support)
  • Added “Relaunch as Admin” to Cronus PRO
  • Visual Scripting updated to v2.00 – now includes Xbox One Elite Paddle Support
  • Added Dualshock 4 Light Bar Brightness Percentage Values (Device Options)
  • Added Reset Factory Defaults option (Device Options & CMax Plus Options)
  • Added Factory Reset Option
  • Added Erase Memory Slots with option to clear Cronus PRO Memory Slots
  • Added Cronus Operational Mode Startup Wizard to Device Options
  • Added Select/Deselect all Cronus Memory Slots using middle or right mouse button
  • Added Tooltip to Device Connected Hardware Status
  • Added extra options in Help menu
  • Added USB Hub compatible status to the About Box
  • Removed old Plugin Manager – all Plugins now included and updated with Cronus PRO
  • Fixed Some security issues (false positives etc)
  • Improved formatting in Online Library release notes and added hyperlinks
  • Updated GPC Library search function (Now searches titles, descriptions, scripts, release notes and username of author) including partial words.
  • Changed GPC wait command limits (in milliseconds) from 10-4000 to 1-32767 (1ms to just over 32 seconds – the minimum and maximum values allowed)
  • Updated all Libraries to .NET 4.6 and C++ 2015 for maximum performance and future support. No longer compatible with XP. Minimum OS VISTA SP2 and Win 7 SP1.
  • Brand new updated User Manual
Click Here to download Cronus PRO v1.10

So what’s the PS4 Wheel Edition?

PS4 Wheel Edition

The all new PS4 Wheel Edition is a brand new system for Logitech G25 and G27 racing wheels on the PS4 console using the CronusMAX PLUS.

The wheel is now detected by the game as an actual wheel and not a gamepad (specifically a Logitech G29 Wheel), giving tight, smooth, precise control and for the first time ever…..FULL FORCE FEEDBACK SUPPORT! Also includes full support for Gas, Brake and Clutch pedals and 6 Speed Shifter.

The Force Feedback feature is absolutely stunning. Feel your tires on every turn and type of terrain, sense under and oversteer drifting and more. With the PS4 Wheel Edition, you are also no longer required to have your computer connected to the console at all times!

You will never want to race with a regular controller again.

Recommended PS4 Games:

  • Project CARS
  • Drive Club
  • F1 2015
  • Dirt Rally
  • WRC 5: FIA World Rally Championship

How does it work?

It’s really very simple. You connect the two controllers to a compatible USB hub, plug in the USB Hub’s cable into the CronusMAX PLUS and then plug the CronusMAX PLUS into the console. Yup – that’s it.

The CronusMAX PLUS is in PS4 Wheel Edition Mode and waiting for the USB Hub & Controllers….


The controller is authenticated and you’re ready to race!


Then simply connect a DualShock 4 controller (via micro USB cable) and the Logitech G25/G27 racing Wheel to the USB Hub as per the instructions, then connect the USB Hub to the CronusMAX PLUS.

When you power cycle the PS4, the controller will automatically authenticate – the LED on the CronusMAX PLUS will change to 0, the wheel will calibrate itself – then you just sit back and race!

Useful Links:

Video Demonstration

Here’s a quick video to demonstrate how a Logitech G27 works with the new PS4 Wheel Edition Mode and a CronusMAX PLUS

What about the Xbox One Elite Controller Paddle Support?

Xbox One Elite Controller Support inc Paddle Scripting

This is another much requested feature from our community. Normally you would have to use the Xbox One console, or the Xbox One App from the Windows Store to setup the paddles on your Elite controller. Not any more! You can now map your paddles using our own GPC scripting engine straight out of the box without the need to use any other tools or complicated setups.

Not only can you map your paddles to any buttons, triggers or analog sticks, but you can also map them to combos, macros or mods – the possibilities are endless!

Yet another incredible release from CronusMAX, None of this would be possible without your continued support and loyalty to our product. We also have some great GamePacks in the pipeline, and our team of engineers are working on some really exciting new products ready for this Holiday Season and 2017.

Watch this space!

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End GamePack Released

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Another highly anticipated release for the CronusMAX PLUS Community. This awesome GamePack for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has 29 distinct MODS grouped into 12 classes, including Rapid Fire, Burst Fire, Anti-Recoil, Auto Sprint, Parkour Mode, Auto Ladder Slide, Easy Weapon Swap and Hair Triggers.

We spent a good deal of time to fine tune this mod to be as accurate as possible – you won’t find better anywhere on the market!

Complete User Guide Online Now:

A very special thanks to GamePack legend KittyDawn for once again spending hours and hours of gameplay to deliver an unbeatable set of MODS for the CronusMAX Community

Now Available in Cronus Pro:

Classes Available In The Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End GamePack:

A GamePack gives you the functionality of a fully modded controller without the need to install chips or solder wires. Simply load a GamePack onto your CronusMAX PLUS, configure it to your own preferred settings with an easy to use interface and you’re ready to go. This innovative new technology isn’t available anywhere else on the market. With a full selection of MODS at your fingertips, the CronusMAX PLUS is perfect for the gamer looking to add that extra edge.

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    10 / 10 here !

    If you own a ps3 and prefer an xbox controller, or even use a keyboard and mouse, this is a must to remap your keyboard to a controller. Go buy it now you won't be disappointed !

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    Amazing device

    If you're like me and love your PS4 controller but want to use an Xbox One GET THIS you won't be sorry.

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    Worth every penny

    The controller feels and performs as it does on the xbox right there on my ps3, awesome job guys, and worth every penny !!!

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    Amazing Macro combos

    tested Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition. I was able to perform normal & FADC combos with some characters like Ryu and Ken with a single click. Amazing.

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    As good as a XIM

    If you are a pc gamer, that needs a pc solution for console, get yourself a ControllerMAX you will not regret it.

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    KB & Mouse RULES!

    All I can say playing 10 minutes with ControllerMAX properly configured it felt better then PC....YES I said it even better then PC, it's that smooth.

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    Six-Axis 360!

    WOW! I can finally get that six-axis awesomeness on my Xbox 360. The best money I ever spent.

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    Beats all rapidfire mods

    I've tried the Intensafire, Godfather even the new Wolf controller. The ControllerMAX beats them hands down and no wires or soldering too. 5 Stars!

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    Just perfect!

    I can't believe how much this can do for the price tag - it blew me away. Best controller upgrade ever.

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    Hugh Thanks!

    Without your help I couldn't be playing Xbox, thanks guys.

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    I have to say after reading the forums for Destiny Mouse and Keyboard setup I was flying into getting it set up in 20 minutes. It works outstanding! I'm more then satisfied and its worth every penny!

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    Achievement Unlocked!

    Idle boosting Complete 150 Multiplayer games, James Cameron's Avatar. My friend said it would be hard, I laughed then linked him.

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    Now this is a company you can count on and trust...keep up the great work guys!

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    What Disability?

    I would like to thank you for making the CronusMax. I have this problem hitting L3 and R3, and today that problem was fixed. I love the remap feature on the Cronus max. You made my life easier.

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    Awesome stuff guys!

    Playing Forza 5 with my original MS 360 wireless wheel makes the XB1 complete for me, thanks to the CronusMax. Thumbs up!