This of course refers to PlayStation 5s DualSense, which offers adaptive triggers to simulate resistance and provides precise haptic feedback, with the goal of increasing immersion in games. In comparison, the Series X controller was not too big a leap from the previous generation, despite the addition of features such as a dedicated share button and structured triggers.Microsoft̵
We reviewed the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller at launch in November 2020, scoring it a 9 and praising its “tactile feedback” – calling it one of the PS5’s most impressive features in our overall PlayStation 5 review. We also covered the Xbox Series X controller just a few weeks before, scoring it an 8 and calling it a “positive development”.
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