PS5: DualSense Controller’s Will Change FPS Forever – Rainbow Six Siege, Valorant & More
The Dualshock 5 is set to release alongside the PS5 later this year with some amazing new features!
Recently, the new DualSense controller was shown off to the public, though this will release alongside the PS5 later this year.
There are a few features that will make the DualSense stand out.
These being Adaptive Triggers, Haptic feedback and more!
These features will increase the immersion while playing games, improving their overall quality.
Continue below to find out about how these features may be implemented into First Person Shooters.
Adaptive Triggers will allow developers to implement resistance when firing.
This will add another layer of immersion when playing FPS Games.
Unfortunately, this is not a particularly competitive advantage, other than being more in tune with the fire rate of your weapon.
This may also allow more precise shooting with increased resistance, making tap firing more realistic.
We’ll have to wait to get our hands on the controller to get the full experience, but it’s shaping up to be quite the gamepad!
Haptic Feedback is considered one of the best ways to increase immersion. This includes adaptive triggers with rumble motors.
The Haptic Feedback will also improve the rumble motors in the controllers, allowing for more feedback when traversing surfaces and interacting with objects.
Again, this will be more of an immersion factor for FPS games rather than a competitive feature.
That said, you should be much more focussed on the game with greater immersion, possibly improving your reflexes in clutch situations.
The Create Button is an improvement on the previous ‘Share’ Button.
This will allow the PS5 to include more in-depth movie-making features with the possibility of 4k 60fps capture.
Sony hasn’t said much more on this, so there are many assumptions as to what this could mean for gaming in the future.
We do know this will make for some epic montages on FPS games and for some smaller players to start making a name for themselves on the platform.