The First Hands on of PlayStations Dual Sense Controller

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Jordan Smith

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Today we got our first look of the PlayStation 5 Dual Sense controller in action. In the latest video by Geoff Keighley we finally got to see the back of the controller, confirming there is no back panel triggers, along with all the awesome new features of the Dual Sense in action. As we have been told from the beginning the new PlayStation controller features adaptive triggers and haptic feedback, along with many other new features. With the Geoff’s hands on we got to see just what these features mean and how they felt to a gamer like Geoff, as he played through a brief Demo of Astro’s Playroom, a title that will be included with every PlayStation 5, preinstalled. Astro’s Playroom was designed to purely showcase the Dual Sense controllers features as it sends you through many environments and uses many gameplay mechanics to really show off how far the hardware has come sine the release of the DualShock 4. You can check out what Geoff thought to the PS5 Dual Sense above, along with his follow up interview with PlayStation’s head of Marketing, Eric Lempel During the interview they spoke about the PlayStation 5 controller, upcoming releases and recent rumours about PlayStation 5 Pre-Orders.

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