Sony has unveiled the DualSense Edge, a new “high-performance, ultra-customizable” controller for the PlayStation 5 that seems to be the PS equivalent of the Xbox Elite Controller.
While third-parties have made pro-like controllers for PlayStation in the past, this will mark the first official ‘pro’ controller for a PlayStation platform.
Revealed as part of Gamescom Opening Night Live, the controller boasts three types of fully replaceable and swappable stick modules (standard, high dome, and low dome), and two swappable sets of back buttons (half-dome and lever) along with trigger locks.
You can remap or deactivate specific button inputs and fine-tune your aim by adjusting stick sensitivity and dead zones. Each trigger is also adjustable with options to tailor travel distance and dead zones to your preference.
There’s the ability to save multiple control profiles and a dedicated Fn button to allow you to adjust your setup while staying focused on the in-game action. Replacement stick modules will be sold separately.
No price or release date was given for the new controller, but more details are available at Playstation.com.