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Sony announces DualSense, the new controller for the PlayStation 5

Sony announces DualSense, the new controller for the PlayStation 5

Sony has not yet shown how it will look PlayStation 5, but has just unveiled the controller for its next generation console. It's about DualSense, one of the most interesting controllers in terms of design throughout the history of the PlayStation consoles.

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The new controller also has some big changes inside, starting with haptic feedback previously announced (which replaces the old rumble technology found in previous controllers) and the new "adaptive triggers" they can adjust the trigger resistance for different game effects.

In the new DualSense controller we also find a integrated microphone, a novelty for Sony controllers, along with a USB-C (long-awaited) port. As expected, the DualSense controller also features the new two-tone color scheme (similar in style to the PSVR) and a revised design that gives a more rounded shape front handles and buttons.

The share button has also been renamed to a new "create" button, which will offer "new ways for players to create." epic game content to share with the world ". Sony also promises that near the official launch of the PlayStation 5 will be provided further details also on the controller, including the price.

Some buttons on the DualSense seem affected by some slight changes compared to the old DualShock 4: the PlayStation button, for example, now cut out in the real shape of the PS logo, while the "triggeers" are characterized by a more slanted design compared to previous Sony controllers.

Other DualShock 4 features have been confirmed on DualSense, such as the center-mounted touchpad and the light bar (although the bar has been moved from the top / back of the controller to the left and right sides of the touchpad). Sony also remains faithful to the symmetrical layout controller, with the D-pad and front buttons located on the top of the controller and the corresponding analog sticks on the bottom.

Source The Verge