Sony today revealed the official design of the PlayStation 5 controller "DualSense" as well as its new features. President and CEO of Sony also mentioned that they will be revealing more information related to PS5 and console design in the coming months.
Features and Design of DualSense:
DualSense includes all the features of Dualshock 4 with new functionality and new design.
The controller comes in two-toned color and not the old single color. The light bar is now in front of the controller on both sides of TouchPad to make it look bigger and cooler.
They made the controller feel lighter and smaller than it looks. It comes with better hand triggers and grips, stronger battery life and more.
Built-in Microphone: allows you to chat with your friends without a headset
With their new Haptic feedback feature adding varieties of senses, the controller will make you feel the tensions of your actions while playing a video game such as drawing a bow to shoot an arrow, or while driving a car through mud and more.
No more "Share" button?
The Share button has been removed from this controller, but don't worry Sony mentioned a new button "Create", about which Sony hasn't revealed too much information yet. But they did say more information about this feature will be revealed near the Launch of PS5.
Extra Information about PlayStation 5 Design:
President and CEO of Sony "Jim Ryan" stated that more information related to PS5, including the console design will be revealed in the coming months.
A message from - Jim Ryan - President and CEO of Sony:
DualSense marks a radical departure from our previous controller offerings and captures just how strongly we feel about making a generational leap with PS5. The new controller, along with the many innovative features in PS5, will be transformative for games – continuing our mission at PlayStation to push the boundaries of play, now and in the future. To the PlayStation community, I truly want to thank you for sharing this exciting journey with us as we head toward PS5’s launch in Holiday 2020. We look forward to sharing more information about PS5, including the console design, in the coming months.