This Friday there will be a first live stream with hands-on experiences for the new DualSense controller on the PlayStation 5. Geoff Keighley will present the gamepad as part of his Summer Game Fest on YouTube and Twitch. The moderator was also allowed to spend a few minutes on the PS5. Sony has included numerous new functions in the DualSense – including haptic feedback or adaptive triggers.
Surprisingly, PlayStation fans can look forward to a hands-on livestream with the new DualSense controller of the PS5. Moderator Geoff Keighley will speak at the Summer Game Fest at 6 p.m. German time for the first time about his experiences with the gamepad of the next-gen console. In the announcement on Twitter, Geoff Keighley already holds the DualSense controller in his hands.
Geoff Keighley has also had the opportunity to spend some time on the PS5 and will talk a little about his experience here as well. With the DualSense controller, Sony is no longer using the DualShock name that was used in the predecessors. Compared to the PS4 model, however, the new DualSense offers tons of functions that should improve the gaming experience.
Among other things, the controller is equipped with haptic feedback with which the immersion is to be increased. Hideaki Nishino of Sony said at the unveiling at the time that players will be able to relate to the feeling when a car drives through mud, for example. Adaptive triggers in the L2 and R2 buttons are also built into the DualSense. Actions such as tensioning an arch are better transmitted. You can follow the livestream with Geoff Keighley live on YouTube (included above) or on Twitch. PlayStation 5 will be available in stores later this year. Two models will be available for launch.
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