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.
Could someone leak the underside of the Dualsense for once?
Dude you can see it in the Daulsense trailer theirs nothing underneath
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?
Its fake https://www.reddit.com/r/PS...
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
Looks real to me and it looks cool. Can’t wait
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 .
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
MacBook mouse click is haptic feedback. You think its a click, but it isn't. Xbox is just weight motors.
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.
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.
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.
@ 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.
@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.
@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.
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...
@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.
I wasnt comparing them🤦♂️🤷♂️ Sony is using voice coil actuators, much better than the one controller, doesnt change the fact it still uses haptics🤷♂️
Xbox controller don't have haptic feedback.
Why is this news worthy? Like yeah...of course it’s real
Agreed. A pic of a controller for something that we know is coming out in a few months. "Oh, it's real. It isn't fake!" Eh? Did anyone actually think it wasn't a real thing?
Given the ignorance of most people about what haptics feedback is all about, I think that when PS5 comes out and people start to put their hands on the DualSense, they will be truly amazed with the new level of experience. Of course, it's up to the developers to make good use of it. But the technology is there at hardware level and software level (APIs for developers to make use of it). To clarify, haptics feedback is not the same thing has the rumble feedback. Rumble feedback pretty much creates a vibration sensation on the user and that's about it. To make it clear, the Xbox One controller doesn't have haptic triggers, instead it has rumble triggers that gives extra rumble feedback to the player, localized on the triggers. Haptics feedback is at all another level. It is a mode of communicating with the user. You touch the device and the device touches you back, thus you can simulate much more rich sensations. Sensations that describe the feedback of several physical actions much better than any rumble feedback could. Some simple examples of haptics feedback is the Macbook Pro mouse track, that uses haptics feedback to simulate clicks. The Apple Watch digital crown button that uses haptics to simulate scroll ticks.
Dude, microsoft have flat out said their triggers are haptic, here is the links https://ibb.co/smM2XY3 https://news.xbox.com/en-us... Straight from the horses mouth man. Also haptics are still vibration motors, just much more advanced than the older weights.
Here is the perfect write up of haptics, realise that it has less to do with the motor types and more to do with waveforms and vibration patterns https://www.precisionmicrod...
Just providing facts....nice job bro.
"Also haptics are still vibration motors, just much more advanced than the older weights." This is what everybody has been trying to explain to everyone that thinks the impulse triggers are even comparable to what the DS5 will do in terms of much more accurate feedback. Nobody is doubting the haptic's definition but they are doubting the comparable reasoning behind stating its the same flippin thing. Congrats to MS who utilized the word "haptic" in an article about their new rumble triggers so they can say they had "haptic" in their controller first but not upgrade the controller to use more advanced haptic feedback in the next gen. But again, haptic is just another meaning for touch which makes the term vague.
Off course, strictly speaking haptics feedback means touch feedback to the user, so any rumble system that reacts to user input can also be described as a simple haptics system. However, I really hope that the haptics Sony is advocating for DualSense is not just extra rumble feedback like on Xbox controller. The way they describe DualSense seems that the haptics system will be something more advance and capable of simulating more physical sensations. Let’s see...
Theres some that refuse to believe. the xbox controllers are way superior to PlayStation controllers , they can downvote you to the sun goes down, dont change the fact that xbox one controllers are haptic, ps5 is just catching up.
@razzer, thanks man, I tried lol Yoshi, I never mentioned the dualsense or compared them, I simply stated a fact and backed up what I said with links, I didnt say they were comparable, the dualsense uses voice coil actuators, much better than what ms had in the one controller, but the controller still had haptics. @ xetiro They are, sony is using voice coil actuators, they are supposedly much better at conveying feelings, they even affect the sticks!!
@xetiro "However, I really hope that the haptics Sony is advocating for DualSense is not just extra rumble feedback like on Xbox controller. The way they describe DualSense seems that the haptics system will be something more advance and capable of simulating more physical sensations." Cerny did state in the wired article last year that the DS5 will be using voice coil actuators instead of rotating weights, so you can set that worry free. :)
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Man I'm gonna need colour on those buttons
I've learned one of three things from this picture: (A) this man has lumberjack hands; (B) OJ Simpson taught this man how to make his hands swell; (C) this controller is actually smaller than I thought. Assuming it's (c)—and it very likely is— that's a very comfortable size. I'm really digging it.
Still can't take a controller that looks like a tanktop seriously. Sorry 😂
Looks nothing like a tank top
😂 the denial is real here 😂😂
ATTENTION COMMENTS SECTION. THE XBOX ONE CONTROLLER DOES NOT HAVE HAPTIC IN ANY WAY. THE TRIGGERS ARE SIMPLY RUMBLE ONLY. THANK YOU.
Xbone controllers have haptic feedback in the Triggers, unlike the joysticks like with PS5. You are think of ADAPTIVE triggers, vs Xbox’s haptic feedback triggers
The "haptic triggers" pale in comparison to the haptic feedback with the DS5 and how its implemented.
They're commonly referred to as Haptic but the impulse triggers are standard rumble used to create a haptic-like sensation.
I call shenanigans on this being an actual leak, If it was, why hasn't the "leaker" shown the back of the controller? We all know most likely there is going to be back buttons, not showing it is because Sony doesn't want it to be shown yet. This is a Sony authorized "leak" at best.
I just wish the buttons were coloured like they are on previous controllers (or light up in their colours) and the PS Logo is like the classic coloured logo, not just black
I like the look hope the battery life is better then the Dualshock 4 also hope the thumbsticks have better quality rubber then the Dualshock 4.
Its a cake
Can’t wait to get this in my hands! I can imagine the new box smell now lol
Ffs, we’re talking about two different features: 1) Adaptive triggers (motor driven adjustable resistance, such as with drawing a bow or pulling separate triggers on a double barrel shottie... will be in PS5 TRIGGERS, and have no plans of being in any Xbox controllers) 2) Haptic feedback (Advanced rumble... some version currently in Xbone triggers, and will be in PS5 JOYSTICKS) I wonder if we’ll go the whole gen with people not understanding these terms, lol
Where the heck is this information coming from? The PS5 haptics being in the joysticks??? please share the article discussing this. And both haptic feedback options are very different in terms of what components they use and the type of vibration motor they use. PS5 is more like a phone or joycons. and the XBO advanced rumble in the triggers just uses a smaller version of the vibration motors in the grips. the same older vibration technology.
Read the second ps5 wired article, the writer states he can feel the haptics through the sticks. "Sand felt slow and sloggy; mud felt slow and soggy. On ice, a high-frequency response made the thumbsticks really feel like my character was gliding. Jumping into a pool, I got a sense of the resistance of the water; on a wooden bridge, a bouncy sensation." https://www.wired.com/story... haptics have nothing to do with what type of motor is used, though voice coils are better than the normal motors there is no doubt there.
Xbox One’s Wireless Controller sports four vibration motors – a small one behind each trigger that adds precise HAPTIC feedback to the fingertips, and a larger in each grip for large scale rumbles. This gives users a sense of in-game directionality and depth, creating rich, immersive experiences where gunshots, car crashes and explosions can come to life. Xbox did it 1st For example, in “Forza Motorsport 5,” Turn 10 Studios is using impulse triggers to provide players with precise feedback that enhances the racing experience. If your tires break traction from over-acceleration or if you drift on the gas pedal, the triggers emit very distinct vibrations. This is combined with the chassis rumble that conveys impacts, engine roar and driving over surface irregularities like cobblestone. https://news.xbox.com/en-us...
Haptic is just another word for relating to the sense of touch. Which means we have had haptic feedback this whole time... Holy cow! Nintendo did it first all along! These controllers have been using the same style vibration motor technology since 1997. Its about time we update to a newer more accurate style don't you think... Instead of worrying about who used the word haptic first in a news article? They supposedly did it first but have not updated it to a more advanced form of haptic feedback like the DS5 and joycons have. Hmmm.... interesting. MS dipped their toe in with the triggers but it was too cold for them, but Nintendo and Sony dive right in with newer more advanced and precise haptic feedback technology.
PS5 is the only good thing that will happen this year. I'm waiting since January, Covid happen, BLM happen, Trump will or will not be reelected, either way someone will be depressed about it, but come holiday PS5 will soothe my ❤. Thanks Sony! This picture give me hope.
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