While we're yet to get a glimpse of the PlayStation 5 itself, Tony saw fit to make us laugh today by previewing its controller.
In a new post on PlayStation Blog, Senior vice president of Sony Interactive Entertainment, Hideaki Nishino, has unveiled the wireless controller DualSense, the company's follow-up to DualShock 4.
DualSense is at the forefront of its predecessor by introducing a new haptic feedback system, dynamic L2 and R2 keystrokes, a built-in computer list, and a new & # 39; Create & # 39; instead the & # 39; Share & # 39; from DualShock 4. Details of what this & # 39; Create & # 39; feature is it actually contains.
Overall, we encountered several concepts and hundreds of complexities over the last few years before settling on this final design. -DualSense gives gamers the feeling that they have been moved to the game world as soon as they open the box. We want the game players to feel like the controller is an extension of themselves when they play – so much so that they forget it's in their hands! ”