Sony Unveils New PS5 Controller With Interchangeable Parts
Sony Unveils New PS5 Controller With Interchangeable Parts

Sony Unveils New PS5 Controller With Interchangeable Parts

24 august, 20221 minute to read
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Sony announced a new DualSense Edge wireless controller for the PlayStation 5 with an upgraded control pad with modular components that players can replace and customize.

The new controller will serve as the PlayStation equivalent to Microsoft’s Xbox Elite controller. Sony, however, has yet to specify the price for a new device, while Xbox Elite can be bought now for $179.99.

Introduced as part of the opening festivities around the Gamescom showcase event in Cologne, Germany, the Edge controller is part of an expanding portfolio of peripherals from the Tokyo-based company. Earlier this year, it released its first range of PC gaming gear, with three headsets and two displays under a new brand called Inzone.

The company has signaled it intends to grow its presence as a provider of both games and gadgets for PC players, and the new wireless controller may include such compatibility.

The existing DualSense pad is already compatible with PCs via a wired connection and also supports play on Apple Inc.’s Macs, iPhones and iPads, as well as Android devices.

24 august, 2022
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