DualShock Through The Ages:
The PS5 has ray-tracing capabilities, an SSD storage device. It also has an optical drive that supports 4K UHD discs. This PlayStation is looking to be a substantial leap forward from the PS4.
But with every reveal of a new console, the one thing that many users want to see is the controller itself. It is a device that will allow people to connect with the console and the games they play.
Playstation 5 Controller:
Rumors are being spread about the patent for the PS5’s controller. This patent pointed to the return of the DualShock 4’s touchpad. But the removal of its light bar and a few sparse details from Sony officials were the most fans got for a while.
But now, PlayStation gave a final announcement about the brand new controller. It’s called the DualSense, and we will finally come to know what it looks like.
In comparison to other videogame controllers, the PlayStation controller is one of the more visually compatible devices. This is the reason behind its iconic presence over the years. In recent information from Wired Magazine, an early prototype of this controller is looking very similar to the PS4’s DualShock 4.
It is complete with a matte-black finish. One detail described in an article is that haptic-feedback tech applies to different areas of the controller. According to Wired, the PS5’s prototype controller has something called adaptive triggers.
These triggers offer greater control and precision when applying a certain amount of pressure. It can potentially increase the feeling of tension and force in the device’s button and triggers.
Announcement: April 7, 2020:
However, the final statement regarding the DualSense is that it may launch on April 7, 2020.
Now we all know that the new PS5 controller is called the Dualsense. It has similarities with most of the PS4’s DualShock 4. But it boasts a brand new form factor and some new features.