Microsoft’s official Xbox Elite Wireless Series 2 controller does feature removable triggers that can add extra inputs to the back of controller, which makes it a great accessibility option. While Sony may still be working on an official equivalent to the Elite controller or a new back button attachment, the DualSense features no such additions.
Some fans mentioned the lack of buttons during Geoff Keighley’s livestream about the new DualSense, and now Sony’s website double confirms this fact for the controller’s first iteration.Earlier this week, Sony also detailed how PS4 peripherals and accessories will work with the PS5, including that the DualShock 4 will not work with PS5 games, but will work with compatible PS4 games on Sony’s next-gen system.
While we know a bit about the PlayStation 5 and DualSense, we are still waiting on a price and release date beyond Holiday 2020. According to a recent report, however, Sony is planning on its next big PS5 announcement happening at some point during this month.
Sony is hosting a new State of Play this Thursday, August 6, but it already noted that there will be no big PlayStation 5 announcements.
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