YouTuber posted the first disassembled video of the PS5 DualSense controller. The 12-minute video is being watched by a console repairman Tronics Fix Crack and open the DualSense controller to reveal its secrets – including the internal workings of its adaptive triggering mechanism.
You can watch the full video below, but here’s a quick primer …
Let’s start with DualSense’s next-generation adaptive trigger, which Sony claims to create “the most immersive console experience ever.” They use a system of small gears to change resistance levels in real time, realistically simulating your favorite weapons, from World War II machine guns to light crossbows.
Towards the middle of the video Tronics Fix Compare the PS5 DualSense controller with the Playstation DualShock 4 controller.
As expected, the PS5 controller has a larger battery (1560mAh vs. 1000mAh) that powers the (much more powerful) haptic feedback motor, a component that produces vibrations in sync with on-screen actions.
However, not everything changes. Sony seems to continue to use the same analog joysticks found on the DualShock 4 controller. “They tend to fail and we anticipate quite a few issues with stick drift,” says Tronic Fix.
Finally, the DualSense controller seems to be difficult to fix. Most parts, from batteries to adaptive triggers, are modular and “easy to replace”. Well, if you could successfully open the outer casing of the glued shut, they would …
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