A few images posted on Twitter, possibly in True-Gaming form, have revealed the black DualSense of Sony’s next-generation game console, the PlayStation 5. The controller revealed in the images also appears to be 180mm wide and 120mm high.
Even if the images are original, the images may have been designed for prototype versions or a developer kit, meaning they may not match the final retail product design.
Sony officially introduced the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller in April, and it came up with a different design than previous DualShock pads.
Officially revealed, DualSense came up with a very stylish design, including haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, a built-in microphone, hand triggers and innovations in the light bar.
Sony released new images for the PS5’s controller and accessories this week from all angles.
It has also been confirmed that PS4 controllers will not work with PS5 games, by releasing new details about the PS5’s compatibility with legacy console accessories. However, the DualShock 4 will work with PS4 games via backward compatibility.