Among these new features are adaptive triggers with haptic feedback, the DualSense controller is kitted out in black and white, along with a (long-overdue) USB-C port.
The share button has also been renamed to a new “create” button, which will offer “new ways for players to create epic gameplay content to share with the world.” Sony announced that additional details will be announced before the launch of the new generation console.
The PlayStation button is now making out in the actual shape of the PS logo, while the triggers of the controller have become a more angled design than the previous Sony controllers.
New with the PS5 controller got the built-in microphone, which will mean a headset is not needed to communicate with others in multiplayer games.
In addition to those changes, Sony said on the PlayStation Blog that it chooses to replace the lightbar at the top of the controller with an LED that surrounds the touchpad, giving the controller a slightly larger look and feel.
Further details concerning the DualSense like how much controllers will cost, or if Sony will offer more shading alternatives — will apparently be reported near the PlayStation 5’s launch.