Now that the PlayStation 5 console and accessories are in the hands of US YouTubers, journalists and bloggers, we are starting to get information about the next next generation console.
For example, during YouTuber Austin Evan’s Unpacking the DualSense gamepad from the PS5, he connected the controller via a cable to a Surface Laptop Go and wirelessly to the Pixel 5, confirming that it is compatible with PC and Android. Evans even used the gamepad to play Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming service (previously called xCloud) with the Pixel 5.
Evans also tested the DualSense via a wired connection with the PS4 Pro, although the gamepad really did nothing more than be recognized as a controller.
He then connected the gamepad to the Xbox Series X, but the DualSense, unsurprisingly, could only be loaded from Microsoft’s next-gen console.
Unfortunately, we couldn’t see DualSense’s haptic feedback or adaptive triggers in action, probably due to embargo restrictions.
For Evans to get an in-depth look at the PS5’s DualSense gamepad, including a teardown that reveals its 1,560 mAh built-in battery, check out his Youtube Channel.
In Canada, the PS5’s DualSense costs $ 89.99. The PlayStation 5 will be released on November 12. MobileSyrup will have more on Sony’s next-gen console in the coming weeks.
Source: YouTube (Austin Evans)