One of the biggest news of this generation when we talk about the consoles is the DualSense controller for sure. Because of the haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, it is one step ahead of the Microsoft’s Xbox Series X/S controller.
You will be able to turn off Haptic Feedback and Adaptive Triggers on DualSense controller
This confirmation comes from Sony itself. In a post about PlayStation’s accessibility options going forward, they confirmed that you will be able to adjust and even turn off both of these features of the upcoming PlayStation 5’s DualSense Controller.
”As you may know, PS4 has accessibility settings, including text to speech, inverting colors and enabling custom button assignments. This hardware functionality provides the foundation necessary for enhanced gaming experiences for all abilities.”
”In addition, PS5 players will be able to reduce or disable the force of haptic feedback and adaptive triggers on the DualSense wireless controller. PS5 will also include improved audio enhancements to provide players with better spatial awareness.” says Sony on the post.
The instruction brochure that comes with the DualSense controller also says that you can disable these advanced features. This means, that you will be able to customize your very own controller and enable or disable the features whenever you want. These features will definitely make players happy that don’t want to get their fingers vibrated for sure. It is also a great feature for gamers who have some disabilities. And it looks like Sony is doing its best to give the disabled players the best gaming experience.
While most of the reporters gave positive feedback, the most important feedback will come from the end-user. The DualSense controller will be available for purchase on November 12, either with the console or separately. You can also take a look at our detailed review of the controller by clicking here.