Sony, a little surprisingly, has unveiled the DualSense, the next generation gamepad with which we will face hours and hours of play on its next console arriving at the end of the year, the PlayStation 5.
No Dualshock 5 then, as many expected. After 4 generations of consoles with Dualshock, Sony has decided to change the gamepad name, also revealing some features of DualSense.
Confirmed the presence of haptic feedback, which will replace the old vibration, the controller will also integrate the L and R triggers that will be adaptive, so as to make you feel the tension of your actions.
The shape of the pad, as you can see from the photos, has slightly changed, as has the color, now in black and white.
In any case, the two symmetrical sticks and the central touch part still remain, like the Option and Create (previously Share) buttons.
There are no details about the port for charging the battery and for the connection to the console, but according to the images it should almost certainly be a USB Type-C port.