Now featuring adaptive triggers
After Sony confirmed the PlayStation 5’s key features and specs, the Japanese tech giant revealed the official look of the PlayStation 5’s controller. Dubbed DualSense, the design shares similar design cues with DualShock 4 controller. New to the DualSense controller are adaptive triggers for the L2 and R2 buttons to deliver a true feel to your game, ie. drawing a bow to shoot an arrow.
With the adaptive triggers, Sony revised the grip and the angle of the hand triggers for better ergonomics. For the buttons, the DualSense swaps the DualShock 4’s Share button with a Create button. For the controller’s color, Sony is going for a two-tone approach with the DualSense—a first for a PlayStation controller. Also new to the DualSense controller is a built-in microphone array so that you can quickly chat with your friends without the need for a headset. Charging the controller is done via a USB-C port.
The PlayStation 5 is set to launch this Holiday 2020.