PlayStation 5 Controller Design Revealed From the New Patent


Gaming has become the fastest growing industry with millions of new users who spend most of their time by playing the different types of games on their respective gaming consoles.

We have heard a lot about Sony’s upcoming gaming console and a successor edition to PS4 i.e. PlayStation 5. Today, we have got a new patent design that reveals the design of the PlayStation 5 Controller.

Sony has officially filed the patent design of its upcoming PS5 Controller i.e. PlayStation DualShock Controller. The patent reveals that the upcoming PlayStation 5 DualShock Controller has the same design as the previous one. However, being the latest edition, the new generation Controller brings a few new features.

The PS5 Controller has a USB port, smaller sticks and larger triggers. By seeing these patent designs, you could not figure out the differences between the two generations. The changes are made to the software side and not the hardware side. The company has carried out the same hardware design in the latest Controller, but a new powerful software inside.

The company is using new haptics. The new haptics is meant to be more responsive. If we closely look at the design, the light bar of the controller seems to be removed. The central touchpad appears to be on the left sidebar.

Sony denied commenting on the actual launch date of the new PlayStation 5 Controller or the main console. However, we are receiving regular updates from the rumormills every now and then. We will keep on receiving new updates and features in the coming days. Stay tuned with us for more updates!

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