We are yet to encounter the Sony PlayStation 5, however, Sony has revealed its next-generation console’s controller, the DualSense distancing away from the company’s greatest controller design egression for its antiquity of more than 25 years with the PlayStation consoles.
The new controller ushers a few sizable shifts on the inside including haptic feedback reinstating the decrepit rumble tech and the new “adaptive triggers” avowing triggers defiance for various gameplay effects. Moreover, it comes with a consolidated microphone, which is the very first in Sony’s controllers and a USB-C port. Again, you get a fiddled design, a further rounded shape at grips and face buttons. It comes in a new two-tone color scheme alike PSVR.
This time around, the new controller has its “Share” button renamed to a “Create” button that is believed to allow “players conceive narrative gameplay content in a modish way to share with the world”. However, Sony will be coming up with more details near launch time.
Unlike the versed DualShock 4, a few buttons in the DualSense are twisted. For instance, the PlayStation button gets pulled over to a definite “PS logo” shape and the triggers are further angled in contrast to the precedents.
The touchpad survives at the center while the light bar gets advanced from the top and back of the controller to the left and right sides of the touchpad.
Also, Sony is cohering the symmetrical controller layout, the D-pad and face buttons at the top half and the corresponding analog sticks at the bottom.
The price of the DualShock 4 as it got released for the first time, was cited at $59.99. However, farther details, pricing, and color availability will apparently be disclosed as we conclude the PlayStation 5 fall launch date.