Sony reveals PlayStation 5 DualSense

DualSense which comes with a very futuristic design combining no less than three colors that combine white, black with blue stripes that in principle would be LED lighting. Unfortunately, it doesn’t hide anything revolutionary, but it is updated with mandatory features to catch up and offer more immersion.

Initially is a redesign of the PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 as Sony says it kept much of what gamers liked intact, but all with a refined design and new features . Some of the improvements go through haptic feedback which will allow adding more realism in driving games, where depending on the terrain, and even speed, the vibration of the controller will be different.

About the sound they said that they did not give it any importance, since many developers have not given any prominence to the games, that is why another improvement passes through the triggers L2 and R2 adaptive thinking especially of shooters. The Share button has been replaced by Create but there is no detail, that for later. A microphone is added to allow you to enjoy games without using headphones. Unfortunately, the information ends there.

We are delighted to share the final look of the DualSense controller with our fans, and we are looking forward to everyone getting their hands on it! I would like to end with a message from SIE President and CEO Jim Ryan to the community:

“DualSense marks a radical departure from our previous controller offerings and captures just how much we are interested in taking a generational leap with the PS5. The new controller, along with the many innovative PS5 features, will be momentous for gamers. gaming, continuing our mission on PlayStation to push the boundaries of gaming, now and in the future.

To the PlayStation community, I really want to thank you for sharing this exciting journey with us on the road to the PS5 launch at Christmas 2020. We look forward to sharing more information about the PlayStation 5, including the design of the console, at the next months.

– Jim Ryan, President and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment

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