Twitter user Galaxy666 shared some images and details about the PlayStation 5 controller, DualSense. The user works in a company that manufactures console accessories, having early access to its peripherals.
First, Galaxy666 confirmed that the battery capacity of the DualSense controller will be greater than the DualShock 4 on PlayStation 4. The DualSense will then have a battery with a capacity of 1560 mA. It makes sense that with more functions, DualSense needs a bigger battery.
As soon as Galaxy666 shared the images, several users started asking him about the upcoming command. The most common question was: how do the buttons and tactile feedback feel?
Galaxy666 responded by saying that the DualSense controller is much more comfortable and ergonomic than DualShock 4. According to the user, the feedback is “magical” and the variable pressure triggers appear to have complex mechanics.
In addition, there are no lights on the buttons. The DualSense controller promises to be revolutionary as it will have vibratory feedback according to the various situations in the games, such as driving on the road or dirt. The triggers will still have different pressures depending on the game and the weapon used, for example.
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