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PS5 DualSense Might Have Post-Launch Additions Already Planned


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The PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller will offer fans a number of new features when it's released alongside console this holiday season, but a recently filed patent hints that it may add a couple of more in the form of a post-launch add-on. Since it was revealed back in April, Sony’s PS5 controller has turned several heads due to its radically different design from PlayStation controllers of the past and the different enhancements it will provide players via some interesting technological advancements.

These include groundbreaking features like the DualSense’s Haptic Feedback vibration, which is said to be so sophisticated that users will be able to feel the sensation of raindrops falling down on their hands as they play, and adaptive triggers that could increase or decrease the amount of pressure needed to push them based on in-game conditions. Rumor has it that the DualSense still holds a number of additional features that have yet to be unveiled, and now at least two have been hinted at thanks to a new peripheral.

As reported by Inverse, Sony recently filed a patent for the PS5 DualSense earlier today, detailing an updated version of the PS4’s DualShock 4 Back Button Attachment that provides the controller with two additional buttons. Additionally, this new model will contain wireless charging coils, which will allow players to charge their controller’s batteries without plugging into the system itself. A text describing the patent reads as follows:
“A wireless charging adapter that can snap onto a computer game controller can be inductively coupled to a charging base to wirelessly recharge a battery in the controller. The adapter also can include keys that mirror keys on the controller so that a gamer can remove the adapter with [the] controller from the charging base, keep the adapter on the controller, and use both the controller keys and adapter keys to control a computer game.”

So far, the DualSense controller has been gaining significant praise from mayor developers in the past few months, with Dying Light 2 lead game designer Tymon Smektala declaring it to be the best gaming controller in history and Bethesda Softworks executive Pete Hines stating that it makes the old DualShock 4 “forgettable.” Meanwhile, eager fans have had a field day with the DualSense’s usual design and color scheme, posting various repaints of the controller on social media and even playfully imagining that there is a laser turret hidden behind the touch screen on the front.

A good number of these fans have been wishing for a controller that they can recharge wirelessly in a manner similar to recent smartphones, so this add-on for the PS5 DualSense is very exciting indeed. Additionally, it’s nice to see that Sony is retaining some popular optional features for their new controller (such as the DualShock 4’s programmable back buttons), even as they aim to push gaming forward with the PlayStation 5’s new advancements in gaming technology.


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