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New Leaked Image of PS5 DualSense Emerges, Looks Pretty Real

A new photo has surfaced on Twitter that purportedly shows the PS5 DualSense Controller in someone’s hand. The tweet and image by an Egyptian Twitter account called Gamezawy, was spotted by a user on the PS5 Subreddit.

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TheHateTheyGive30d ago ShowReplies(18)
UltraNova30d ago

Could someone leak the underside of the Dualsense for once?

GTgamer29d ago

Dude you can see it in the Daulsense trailer theirs nothing underneath

IRetrouk29d ago

No offence but this dude is a shit leaker lol, if it were me, we would have a picture for each angle of that controller by now, why only one pic?

IRetrouk29d ago

Read further down the thread, user says he used the same software on a picture of his holiday to Australia, the software told him the opera house was fake, I'm in two minds here lol

DigitallyAfflicted29d ago

Looks real to me and it looks cool. Can’t wait

Daniel218329d ago

Last week I was playing a game on my x1x and noticed the haptic feedback. Not many developers have used it . Seems like a bit of a gimmick .

--Onilink--29d ago

Xbox One controllers dont have haptic feedback, they have rumble triggers.

The HD rumble on the joy cons or the weird circle areas in the steam controller are the only recent ones with haptic feedback.

Even then the implementation was very different for each one and its different to how it will apparently be implemented in the Dualsense triggers.

I guess we’ll have to wait and see how it is, though tbh, i dont really expect most developers to use it that much. Regardless of console, those kind of control features are usually forgotten because it requires additional work to implement for just 1 platform

Stanjara29d ago

MacBook mouse click is haptic feedback. You think its a click, but it isn't. Xbox is just weight motors.

IRetrouk29d ago

Yeah they used the haptic triggers on xbox for the likes of forza, I think a couple shooters did too, not many though.

The dualsense has haptics in the whole controller, plus adaptive triggers that add or take away tension, plus they still have the gyros for motion controls, probably wont be used by every dev but a lot of them seem excited by what the controller can do.

purple10129d ago

Forza has no haptic. Its rumble triggers. My brother has it been when I compared it to playing GT Sport on the Nuremberg ring it's laughable.

Even on PS4 with the DualShock 4 rumble playing Nuremberg ring I can feel every undulation in the road.

On xbox the triggers buzz like wasps in a tin can. Very small motors. Very weak effect.

Play nurenberg ring on gtsport yourself and see.

TheHateTheyGive29d ago (Edited 29d ago )

It is an amazing feature in forza, best racing game ever period. People like to call me PlayStation bias, but when xbox does something right i give them props. another thing i love about xbox is the console is super quiet even on the most demanding games, my ps4 sounds like a hair dryer playing demanding games.

IRetrouk29d ago

@ purple, you are wrong, microsoft themselves called them haptic....

https://ibb.co/smM2XY3

https://news.xbox.com/en-us...

I'm a massive gt sport fan, play it almost daily still, I also play forza a good bit too, the rumble in forza for the triggers is better than the lack of it in sport, the controller vibrations are about the same to be fair.

dumahim29d ago

@purple101
"Even on PS4 with the DualShock 4 rumble playing Nuremberg ring I can feel every undulation in the road."

The impulse triggers aren't for road feel. They work to let you know you're reaching the grip limit of your tires. I think just braking and acceleration though. I honestly don't notice it anymore, if it's even still used. I did a quick search and didn't see mention of it beyond FM5 that wasn't talking about PC.

StoneyYoshi29d ago

@IRetrouk

The XBO does not have haptic motors in them. they are simply smaller versions of whats in the grips in the Xbox controller and the previous Sony controllers (teardown's of the controller will show this). Just because they say haptic in one description of it doesn't mean it is a true haptic motor. The smaller weight motors just simulate a haptic feeling and its far from being as accurate as a proper haptic motor.

IRetrouk29d ago (Edited 29d ago )

Yoshi, you are also wrong, haptics are based on wave forms and vibration patterns, not what motors they use, haptics can use actuators or motors, their isnt one single "haptic motor".

"Haptics uses a vibrating component (sometimes called actuator) such as a vibration motor or a linear resonant actuator which is driven by an electronic circuit. It is common for a microcontroller to decided when to vibrate and with which pattern, and for a dedicated haptic driver chip to control the actuator."

https://www.precisionmicrod...

StoneyYoshi29d ago (Edited 29d ago )

@IRetrouk

Regardless of my wrong definition of haptic motors. Still doesn't make the impulse triggers "haptic's" like the way the DS5 will be using it... plain and simple.

Anything that involves touch is defined as haptic which makes Microsoft's description of it sound very vague in that single article of "proof".

And yes of course there is no single type of haptic motor but there's modern and more accurate ones (DS5,Joycons,Cell Phones) and then there is the older style ones that are less accurate with feedback (all previous rumble controllers including the XBO impulse triggers)

If the impulse triggers are the same kind of haptic feedback as the DS5, then we have had haptic feedback this whole time and this is all irrelevant.

IRetrouk29d ago (Edited 29d ago )

I wasnt comparing them🤦‍♂️🤷‍♂️

Sony is using voice coil actuators, much better than the one controller, doesnt change the fact it still uses haptics🤷‍♂️

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