A few months ago, Sony unveiled the controller for its next-generation console titled the DualSense. This was followed by a full design reveal for the console itself two months later. As part of the ongoing Summer Game Fest, the curator of the virtual showcase Geoff Keighley is set to show off the DualSense controller for the upcoming PS5 tomorrow.
Keighley, who is known for creating The Game Awards, will be streaming a live hands-on video featuring the new controller at 9:00 AM PT. Viewers will also get to see the PlayStation 5 itself and how playing a next-gen game with the DualSense controller pans out.
This is the #PlayStation5 DualSense Controller. Tomorrow at Noon ET / 9 am PT, it's time to go hands on. Can't wait to tell you about my experience. https://t.co/Hp7WuLrjXk #SummerGameFest pic.twitter.com/hvxTouNrc1— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) July 16, 2020
Design changes aside, the DualSense has also seen the introduction of some new features compared to its predecessor, the DualShock 4. This includes haptic feedback, adaptive shoulder triggers in the R2 and L2 buttons, a built-in microphone and the conversion of the Share button into a Create button.