For four generations, the PlayStation controller has been the 911 of gaming controllers. And while it has received a handful of updates to its overall functionality over the years, its design has remained mostly the same since its launch in 1994. Today, Sony unveils an all-new design called the DualSense, the official controller for the upcoming PlayStation 5. The DualSense adds features like haptic feedback, adaptive triggers that can mimic the feeling of tension, and a built-in microphone array that lets you chat without a headset.
The PlayStation 5 is set to be released later this year.