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Sony has introduced the DualSense Edge controller with analog sticks and programmable buttons

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Sony has just revealed the new DualSense Edge controller for the PS5. It allows for more personalization than any other PlayStation controller.

The DualSense Edge has been upgraded with a new USB design, updated joysticks and trigger buttons, and two additional buttons on the back.

Additional functionality, including the ability to remap controllers, is accessible via the back buttons (LB and RB). Both lever and half-dome button styles are interchangeable.

The DualSense Edge’s redesigned joysticks come with interchangeable covers that let you choose between a regular, high dome, or low dome depending on your preference. If any of your joysticks breaks, you may easily remove the entire module and swap it out without having to buy a new controller.

The DualSense Edge has been upgraded with a new USB design, updated joysticks and trigger buttons, and two additional buttons on the back.

Additional functionality, including the ability to remap controllers, is accessible via the back buttons (LB and RB). Both lever and half-dome button styles are interchangeable.

The DualSense Edge’s redesigned joysticks come with interchangeable covers that let you choose between a regular, high dome, or low dome depending on your preference. If any of your joysticks breaks, you may easily remove the entire module and swap it out without having to buy a new controller.

PS5 Dual Sense Controller

Both the stick’s sensitivity and dead zones are modifiable by the user. The two Function buttons located next to the joysticks allow you to save and load custom control profiles, as well as access the game’s volume, chat balance, and the controller profile settings menu.

The upper trigger buttons can be modified as well. The switches on the back allow you to adjust the travel and the dead zones. You don’t need a long trigger travel for every game; you may customize it for different genres.

Sony has also improved the USB-C connector by adding a locking mechanism to prevent the plug from accidently coming loose.

Only superficial differences remain. The DualSense Edge’s touchpad is black and has PlayStation logos, and the sticks and touchpad are a glossy black. Backgrounds for the front buttons and those on the back are also black.

Other than that, the DualSense Edge is identical to the DualSense in every respect, including the haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, built-in microphone, motion controls, and everything else that makes the DualSense so great.

Stick caps, back button sets, and a USB-C cable with a locking mechanism and braiding will all be included in the DualSense Edge’s retail package. The controller and its attachments can be stored in a carrying case that can also be used to charge the controller via USB.

Sony has been mysterious about the DualSense Edge, offering no details about its pricing or release date. Over the next months, the company will provide additional information.

Via GSMArena

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