Photos of DualSense, a controller for Sony PlayStation 5, have appeared on Twitter again. They were made by a person working at an enterprise developing accessories for the future console.
According to Galaxy666, which published these photos, the gamepad received a 1560 mAh battery. This is one and a half times more than the DualShock 4. This means that the DualSense lasts about 3-4 hours longer.
hands on # PS5 controller # Dualsense5, just got a short test on it. The battery capacity is 1560mA, much more than the PS4 one. pic.twitter.com/bS0wako69J
– Galaxy666 (@ Galaxyrain666) August 12, 2020
Galaxy666 noted the convenience of DualSense. According to him, the buttons are more pleasant to press on the new gamepad. He paid special attention to tactile feedback. He says it's something bombastic:
(Haptic feedback and triggers) are much nicer and more comfortable than the DualShock 4. You won't be disappointed. The feedback is magical, the mechanical designs of the triggers seem to be very complex.
Earlier, a video appeared on the network where the famous game journalist and TV presenter Jeff Keely tried a new gamepad in action for 25 minutes:
According to him, the gamepad feels a little heavier than the DualShock 4, but much more centered and solid. The tactile feedback is very sensitive. For example, in the Astro's Playroom demo, there is interaction with a spring structure whose tension is very well transmitted by triggers.
It is not yet known when Sony will release the PlayStation 5. It is expected to be released around the same time as the Xbox Series X in November. Prices for both consoles have not yet been announced.
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