Can you please, try this, if you have Xbox One controller? http://steamcommunity.com/app/236150/discussions/0/353915953248015967
Thank you for your patience.
With all due respect...
Suggestion you are referring me to does not apply here.
1.) I encountered this problem when using both "Xbox 360 Wireless" and "Xbox Elite Wireless" controllers (on "Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit" and "Windows 10 Pro 64-bit").
2.) Controllers work without any problems in-game the only place they are not working is the "Please select DLC setup" menu (If i choose either "Joystick / Gamepad (and keyboard)" or "Joystick / Gamepad" in "CHOOSE CONTROL SCHEME" menu).
3.) Also drivers you are linking to are outdated (at least on Windows 10) and don't apply to "Xbox Elite Wireless" controller.
Drivers on linked site...
"Product version 6.2.11059.0", Date modified 27.05.2014".
Hardware ID that linked drivers apply to is "USB\VID_045E&PID_02D1" = "Microsoft Xbox One Controller".
File name "XB1USB.SYS".
Drivers with Windows 10 (Version 1607 a.k.a "Anniversary Update") wireless...
"Product version 10.0.14393.0", Date modified 16.07.2016".
Hardware ID "USB\VID_045E&PID_02E3" = "Xbox Elite Wireless Controller".
File name "XINPUTHID.SYS".
(Another small observation, drivers that came with "Anniversary Update" on "Windows 10" fixed all in-game problems with Elite controller, constant firing and other anomalies) This issue should be investigated further and fixed because as it is now with clean "Starpoint Gemini 2" GOG installation the "Starpoint Gemini 2: Origins" DLC is not playable (and i'm definitely not buying any more DLC's if i can't play them just to test this issue further at my expense) with either "Xbox 360 Wireless" or "Xbox Elite Wireless" controllers (on "Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit" and "Windows 10 Pro 64-bit").
P.S. I confirmed that linked drivers are indeed latest drivers for "Xbox One Controller" on Windows 7,8,8.1.
+ http://catalog.update.microsoft.com (Xbox One Controller)
But they don't apply to "Xbox Elite Controller".
+ http://catalog.update.microsoft.com (Xbox Elite Controller)
(both links must be opened using Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later.)
Microsoft also provides instructions how to download and install those drivers here
It is considered bad practice to provide links for drivers trough 3rd party sites or software if drivers are obtainable through 1st party (a.k.a. manufacturer).