The PlayStation 5 (PS5) is Sony’s next generation video game console.
The Dual Analog Sticks Are Now Inverted
This means that when playing games with the PS5 controller, players will now use the left analog stick to move the character up and down while using the right analog stick to control movement forward and backward.
The PS5 has been announced and we know what it looks like, but there are still many questions surrounding the new system. One of those questions is whether or not the DualShock 4 controllers will work with the PS5. We now know that the answer is yes, but the question remains: why did Sony change the design?
The design is similar to the current DualShock 4, but there are some changes. For starters, the analog sticks are inverted. You’re used to pressing the left stick down to move forward, but now you press it up to go back. And the shoulder buttons are also different. The X button is now located at the top right corner, while the Y button is now at the bottom left. There’s also a touchpad on the front of the controller, which is used to navigate menus and select items.
There’s No More Need For That D-Pad
The DualShock 5 has been redesigned to make it even better than before. Now, there’s no need for the D-pad because the left analog stick controls movement.
The PS5 features a redesigned DualShock 4 controller that has been completely reworked from the ground up. The new design features a touchpad at the top of the controller that allows players to navigate menus and other functions without having to use the d-pad. The controller also includes a built-in speaker, allowing users to listen to music while playing games. Instead, the controller will feature two analog sticks, four face buttons, and a touch pad.
You Can Even Play Without Lifting Your Hands From The Keyboard
This new controller also features an improved rumble feature, making it possible to feel the vibrations of the controller without actually touching it.
The PS5 is the biggest gaming system ever created. And if you want to play it without lifting your hands from the keyboard, there’s a new controller. In fact, the new system will feature a completely redesigned controller that allows users to play without having to move their hands from the keyboard at all.
The Touchpad Is Still There, But It’s Not Required
The touchpad has been removed from the PlayStation 5 controller, meaning players no longer need to use it to navigate menus and other functions.
The Button Layout Has Been Reorganized
The buttons have also been rearranged so that the face buttons are now located at the top of the controller, while the shoulder buttons are below them. This means that the thumbstick are now closer together than before.