Sony brings its new DualSense Edge controller. It will be the company’s first-ever highly customizable pro controller. However, the launch of the controller in India and the price is still not revealed.
A gaming industry insider has hinted at some details of the Indian pricing of DualSense Edge and its release date. DualSense Edge is ready to compare with Xbox Elite Series controllers. The latter comes with great features and customizability. While the new PlayStation controller will be available for pre-order soon.
DualSense Edge Controller In India
DualSense Edge controller is suggested to be available at a price of Rs. 18,990 in India. It may launch on January 26th, 2023. Moreover, PlayStation India will soon be available for pre-order.
The DualSense Edge controller is made to be extremely customizable. The users can easily remap and deactivate certain button inputs. This customizes triggers to change dead zones and travel distances. It adjusts stick sensitivity and dead zones.
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The users can save controller settings in control profiles. Also, switch profiles on the fly in different games. It will let you create different profiles for various types of games.
The new controller even has an Fn button. It enables users to switch control profiles. Plus, open up the profile settings menu to create. Also, test new settings. Even adjust game volume and chat balance.
Other Features Of The New Controller
The upcoming controller comes with three types of swappable stick caps. As well as two sets of swappable back buttons. While every individual stick module on the controller is replaceable.
However, replacement modules need to be purchased separately. It has DualSense features like haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. Plus, motion controls, a microphone, and others. Also has a USB Type-C braided cable.
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