The PlayStation 5 features an updated DualShock 4 design that includes a redesigned analog stick, improved rumble features, and a touchpad for navigating menus and accessing quick settings through the PS5 controller.
A Bigger Screen Than Any Other Gamepad
It also has a bigger screen than any other gamepad. And with its OLED display, you won’t need to worry about burn-in.
The new console does not have the same gamepad as the current generation. In fact, the PS5 includes a larger screen than any other gamepad currently on the market.
An Immersive VR Experience
Sony’s PlayStation 5 features an upgraded version of the DualShock 4 controller, which means you’ll be able to play games in virtual reality (VR) without having to use a headset.
The DualShock 4 has a few upgrades, including a redesigned analog stick, a redesigned D-pad, and a redesigned face button layout. The PS4 Pro supports the PSVR headset, allowing users to play games while wearing the virtual reality headset.
You’ve probably seen wireless charging before, but not on a gaming console. That’s because it hasn’t been available until now.
The PS5 is backwards compatible with current PS4 games, meaning players won’t have to buy new hardware if they already own a PS4. It is also compatible with wireless charging accessories from other companies, such as Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and LG’s G8 ThinQ. The new controllers will work with Qi-compatible chargers, which means that users won’t need to purchase additional adapters if they already own one.
PS5 is compatible with wireless charging accessories from third parties, which means you won’t have to worry about plugging in your console every night. Sony claims that the system will allow gamers to recharge their controllers while playing games.
A Built-In Headset
Sony has finally made wireless charging possible with its latest PlayStation 5 console. It’s the first major gaming system to feature the technology, and it’ll make life easier for gamers who use headphones.
Sony has been working on the PS5 since 2013. The PS5 includes a built-in headset, allowing players to chat with friends while playing online multiplayer games. This also means that players will be able to use it without having to purchase a separate accessory.
The PS5 controller features a touchpad at the bottom of the device, allowing players to navigate menus and select items without having to reach up to the top of the controller. It also includes an integrated speaker, so you won’t need to plug in any additional speakers when playing games.
The PS5 supports both Bluetooth and USB connectivity, allowing players to connect their custom controllers via wired or wireless connections. There are also a number of exclusive titles from indie developers.