DualSense Edge Controller

Sony Announces DualSense Edge Controller

Sony has announced its ultra-customizable DualSense Edge controller aimed at those who want to get a little bit more out of their gaming experience. The controller comes with fully customizable controls, a changeable stick cap contraption, back paddles and more.

Sony says the controller features a number of hardware and software-based customization options that enhanced the DualSense experience even more. Although there’s no release date or pricing for the controller yet, the feature list gives us a glimpse of things to come. It might also pack a hefty price tag. By the sound of things, the controller is aimed at offering a “premium” experience to fans.

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In a nutshell, the DualSense Edge controller is an enhanced version of the one you already use. It will still include haptic feedback, motion support and adaptive triggers but the added “pro” features are things that fans have been asking for. Here’s a rundown of the feature list.

In addition to the included stick caps and back button sets, the DualSense Edge wireless controller comes with a USB Type-C braided cable, which uses a connector housing to lock into the controller so it’s much less likely to slip out at a crucial moment. The included carrying case, which keeps your DualSense Edge wireless controller and components together and organized in one place, allows you to charge the controller via USB connection while it’s stored in the case.

Ultra-customizable controls: You can make the DualSense Edge wireless controller uniquely yours by remapping or deactivating specific button inputs and fine-tuning your aim by adjusting stick sensitivity and dead zones (the distance your analogue stick moves before it’s recognized in a game). In addition, each trigger is adjustable with options to tailor travel distance and dead zones to your preference. For example, you can manually reduce the travel distance of the triggers for faster inputs in competitive FPS games or reduce the dead zone for precise throttle control in racing games.

Ability to save multiple control profiles: Once you’ve found your ideal control settings, you can save them to unique profiles and swap between them on the fly. With the DualSense Edge wireless controller, you’ll always have your preferred controls for your games ready to go, whether you’re facing Norse gods and monsters in God of War Ragnarök, or rival players in an online battle royale.

DualSense Edge Controller

On-controller user interface: The dedicated Fn button allows you to easily adjust your setup while staying focused on the in-game action – quickly swap between your pre-set control profiles, adjust game volume and chat balance, and access the controller profile settings menu to set up and test new control iterations while in-game.

Changeable stick caps and back buttons: Three types of swappable stick caps (standard, high dome, and low dome) help you stay comfortable in-game while maintaining grip and stability. The two swappable sets of back buttons (half-dome and lever) can be configured to be any other button input, putting more essential controls at your fingertips.

DualSense Edge Controller

Replaceable stick modules: Play longer with the ability to fully replace each individual stick module on the controller (replacement stick modules will be sold separately).

Built-in DualSense wireless controller features: The DualSense Edge wireless controller retains the signature comfort and immersive experience of the DualSense wireless controller when playing supported games, including haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, a built-in microphone, motion controls, and more.

DualSense Edge Controller

Source: PS Blog

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