In case game doesn’t recognize your controller, don’t use the drivers attached with the receiver, use the ones implemented in Windows 10.
Forgive me my English, it’s not my main language. I was translating the menu options, so they may sound differently on your PC.
To do so, plug in your receiver, go to your Windows Device Manager → Find Xbox 360 Peripherials → Right click on it → update device drivers → Browse my computer to find the driver → Let me choose from driver list → be sure to choose “wireless receiver for Microsoft Windows” instead of “xbox 360 wireless receiver version blah blah”. After a popup prompts you if you are sure press yes, then yes again if it asks you to reboot your PC. After rebooting everything worked flawlessly for me.
If you are using the wired pad, just choose pad instead of receiver of course
Controller works fine wired without me having to have done anything. but not wireless. I’m presuming this is due to how the game searches for controllers and the way the xb1 controller wireless adapter is handled driver wise. Thanks for your help anyway. The way you guys spoke made it as if you got it working under the same conditions (wirelessly). My setup Works in everything I’ve tried but this. Hopefully the developers fix this quickly.