New images of a completely black, and unannounced, PS5 The DualSense controller pops up online.
It came just a few weeks later nine images of a completely disassembled controller appeared on Instagram, giving a closer look at the internal working of the new DualSense.
So far, the only one PS5 controller shipping using the console – or available as a separate peripheral – features a two-ton black and white design. These pictures, however – originated in the United States’ Federal Communications Commission (thanks, VGC) and apparently filed back in April 2020 ̵1; show a full black face and thumbsticks. Here, a peek below:
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Because of this feature of the controller there are no marks on the buttons, some have suggested that the controller may be the only one intended for PS5 development kits provided in the studios and press ahead of release, and may not be intended for the public to release. So far, however, no one is sure, so we can only imagine if it will eventually come to market. Here’s to hoping, though, right?
We’re a few weeks away from the launch of the PS5, and we finally have all the details for Sony’s next gen console, including an amazing look at the PS5 UI at last. That joins the information on Price of PS5, ang PS5 launch game, and the most important release date. For more, check out our guide to everything we know about the PS5.
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