The Xbox Series X rival came as a surprise share for PlayStation 5. The firm showed off PlayStation 5 controller DualSense without showing the console itself. Is this news true or is it false? we investigated the details for you.
PlayStation 5, which will be officially released at the end of 2020 with its very powerful hardware, has still not revealed itself as we said. The console, which has been rumored that its design will be updated due to overheating, and which is allegedly not shown, may come across very soon. Because, as expected, minutes, the DualSense controller was officially unveiled, not Dualshock 5. The new generation controller, which appears in white color and brings the mind of the console in white in this respect, creates the impression that it will offer a very ergonomic use.
PlayStation 5 controller DualSense features
The controller, which has a built-in microphone and thus will make the in-game call very easy, seems to be able to charge easily via USB-C. This new controller can offer much better feedback than the controller of the PS4, as far as was reported before. It is said that even the smallest details can be felt through the vibration in the new arm. It is also among the official explanations that the R2 and L2 trigger keys will be adaptive in the controller. As far as is said, infrastructure is being established where game developers can change the resistance of these trigger keys according to the situation. This looks really good too. There is also a special button on the controller for quick sharing.
Will PlayStation 5 support older games?
Two different official announcements were recently made for PlayStation 5. It was announced that when the console was released, PS4 will only support the 100 most popular games. However, these players did not like it at all. In fact, there were really great reactions to this. Due to this situation, Sony had to make a statement. According to this statement, when the console comes out, it will be able to play more than 4000 PS4 games on PS5 with high frame rate and resolution