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DualSense controller and PS5 accessories with stunning detail displayed in 360-degree images

When Sony unveiled PlayStation 5’s new DualSense controller in April, they shared a handful of beauty shots from the gamepad, but fans have been hungry to take a look. Well, today Sony has provided exactly that like them Updated the official PS5 accessories page with new detailed 360 degree views of the DualSense controller, Pulse 3D Wireless Headset and more. You can take a seductive look at the DualSense below.

And here’s a better overview of the ports on the top and bottom of the controller.

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Did you not keep track of the DualSense controller? Here’s an overview of the new features:

  • Haptic feedback – Feel physically responsive feedback on your in-game actions with dual actuators that replace traditional rumble motors. In your hands, these dynamic vibrations can simulate the feeling of everything from environments to the recoil of various weapons.
  • Adaptive triggers – Experience different levels of strength and tension as you interact with your in-game gear and environments. Feel physically connected to your on-screen actions, from pulling back an ever-tightening tendon to braking on a fast-moving car.
  • Built-in microphone and headset jack – Chat online with friends3 using the built-in microphone – or by plugging a headset into the 3.5mm jack. Easily turn off voice recording in an instant with the dedicated mute button.
  • Create button – Capture and broadcast your most epic game moments with the Create button. Building on the success of the groundbreaking SHARE button, “create” offers players more ways to produce game content and broadcast their adventures live to the world.

Meanwhile, here’s a 360-degree view of the Pulse 3D wireless headset …

… and the new PS5 media remote control.

When can we learn more about the PS5? Rumors have it that there could be a big announcement this month, so keep your fingers crossed.

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