After 4, by the way … Actually 5 generations of controllers if we count on the PS3 Sixaxis, it seems that Sony has finally managed to impress players with a new controller full of surprises. An obviously risky decision, since the DualShock name is extremely well known in the industry, but it seems to be bearing fruit in this journey towards the launch of new generation consoles.
At the end of the day, the DualSense controller, which should accompany the PS5 on its arrival on the market, is completely equipped with features that are new to fans of the world of video games. We will have a controller that will basically adapt to the game being played, but also to the player who is playing it, it is simply incredible. An opinion apparently shared by Tymon Smektala, GamePlay Designer for Dying Light 2.
(Leak) PS5 controller (DualSense) will revolutionize the market!
So in a recent interview, Tymon Smektala showed all his enthusiasm for the PS5 controller, saying that features have the potential to revolutionize the world of video games. Now read:
“I love the design of DualSense. It is incredible and futuristic, exactly what we should expect in the year 2020. As for the format, we have to understand how it will fit in the hands, but just by looking, I get good vibes. I have a feeling that it may well be one of the best commands in history.
Especially when we mix Haptic Feedback and Adaptive Triggers, they are features with the potential to change the market, much more than what some players expect. However, I am curious to see the build quality. It looks very beautiful, but will it survive falls and rage quits? ”
Personally, we are reaching a point where we have to ask ourselves when will we see these features coming to the PC! And even Sony rivals like Microsoft and Nintendo. In fact, I think it would be a genius move by Sony to open the remote's compatibility to the PC. A little like you did with the PS4 controller, which is even accepted by Steam, a platform that even shows the buttons on the PlayStation controller, if there is support for that.
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