First of all, the new Sony PlayStation 5 controller is equipped with a new battery of new dimensions, while the Xbox Series X controller will continue to use batteries, so… Nah, I'm kidding, this is not going to revolutionize what you want whatever.
As you can imagine, the new PS5 controller, DualSense, brings many improvements to the world of video games! Namely the new ‘Create’ button, which will steal the place from the old ‘Share’. After all, this small change can and should be a gateway to a world of interactivity never seen before in the gaming market.
The PlayStation 5 DualSense can revolutionize the gaming world!
So, as you may know, Sony has already revealed the controller that will accompany the PlayStation 5 on its arrival on the market, slightly changing the paradigm that DualShock has created all these years. After all, while DualShock bets on vibration and motion tracking, DualSense has haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, and most likely a new virtual assistant designed for games.
Having said all this, what really gets us thinking and imagining, is the ‘Create’ button on the new command! Since this feature can completely change the way we interact with our games, and with our friends.
So, by replacing the ‘Share’ button, the new ‘Create’ will do everything the old button did, including screenshots, video clips, and even streaming directly to Twitch or YouTube. However, you can also create mini-games that can be shared with our friends. In other words, we will be able to create clips, which can later be shared and even played by our friends on PSN.
In short, our character (with our equipment), will be available to be played by our friends, in that small clip recorded with the Create button. Basically, we will be able to create our own demos to convince people to join us in big gaming sessions.
Interestingly, the patents that have been so public in recent months, strongly and ugly support the theory described here.
However, these are the new features of the new DualSense:
- USB-C charging
- Adaptive Triggers
- Haptic Feedback
- Create button
- Integrated microphone
- Most visible line of lights
- Improved battery
- Integrated loudspeaker
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