Not only were there rumors about the PS5 itself, there was also plenty of speculation about the new DualShock 5 controller. With some refinements, this is largely based on DualShock 4, but could now also get a very relevant new feature.
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A new patent from Sony, the via, is now causing new rumors LetsGoDigital makes the rounds on the net. The new DualShock 5 could therefore not only rely on one size, but rather have a variable size to offer.
The image material in the context of the new patent suggests that we can possibly use two buttons to move and expand the handles on the left and right. The keys above would accordingly stand out, for example, but remain functionally the same. Above all, this would have advantages for players with big hands, because these could enlarge the controller as a whole with the extendable handles and thus ensure that the DualShock 5 lies better in the hands.
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In addition, there are smaller bowls on the back, for which Sony has not yet given a real description. In this regard, the patent only states that these should "provide more options". So it should be new function keys that have a direct impact on the control of game characters.
Only recently had Sony caused a sensation with a new expansion for the DualShock 4. By adding a rear panel, additional control options are also provided – a feature that could find its way directly into DualShock 5.
The PS5 is expected to be released in autumn 2020.