PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller - White
- Haptic feedback lets you feel your in-game actions and environment
- Adaptive triggers give you varying force and tension at your fingertips
- Chat online through the built-in microphone
- Connect a headset directly via the 3.5mm jack
- Switch voice capture on and off using the dedicated mute button
- Record and broadcast your epic gaming moments with the Create button
- Enjoy a comfortable, evolved design that retains many DUALSHOCK 4 features with an iconic layout, enhanced sticks, and a reimagined light bar
- Charge and play with a built-in battery and USB Type-C port (note: cable not included; to connect or charge the controller, use the USB cable supplied with the PS5 console)
- Integrated motion sensor lets you intuitively interact with select games
- Built-in speaker delivers high-fidelity sound effects on the controller in supported games
- Accelerometer and gyroscope bring intuitive motion control to supported games
- Note: Internet and account for PlayStation Network may be required to access all features
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Of the 96 reviewers who responded, 77 would recommend this product.
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- Great controller with very unique haptic features- November 18, 2020
At a first glance, this controller looks like a pretty standard offering for a game console. It has a nicer weight to it and seems to have a better build quality compared to the DS4, but otherwise it appears relatively unchanged. However, my opinion changed instantly after trying out the controller in game. Astro's Play Room was a fantastic demo for what the haptic features of the controller are capable of. Zipping up a zipper using the touch pad and actually 'feeling' the zipper go up was something I didn't think was achievable using haptic feedback. In an FPS (Borderlands 3) I could feel the difference in trigger pulls between a shot gun and an SMG. It took more force to pull the trigger on the shot gun, and the haptic feedback felt like the gun actually kicked back. This will be a new standard going forward in video game controller design.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Controller drift after 6 months- May 12, 2021
So you'd expect Sony to be using top of the line components in their next-gen controller considering we are at the 5th iteration of the Playstation. Drift was a problem back on PS4's dualshock controllers, and it seems the problem still exists on Dual Sense controller. I mean come on Sony. Just to save a few bucks in production costs? You know, I'd rather pay 10$ more for a controller if it increases its' life sevenfold. I've only had my PS5 about 6 months and I'm now experiencing controller drift worse than I've ever had it on the PS4. Unfortunately, at the moment, Sony has the monopoly on PS5 dual sense controller. Maybe other options will be available in the future, but for now you must deal with this garbage and hope that you don't get drift again 6 months after buying a new controller.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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- The best controller I've ever used.- November 2, 2020
I'm currently using the controller as a "Generic Controller" on my PC. The first thing I thought to myself when holding this controller "This thing is heavy" in a good way. The touchpad is not wobbly anymore, the buttons feel solid, and the analog sticks are way better compared to the dualshock 4. I can't wait to test this on the PS5 when it comes out, but I truly believe this controller is revolutionary to gaming.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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