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Epic Games has shared some new details on the PlayStation 5 version of Fortnite, which will be available when the console releases later this week.
Perhaps the most unique element of Fortnite on PS5 is how the game uses the next-gen console’s DualSense controller. In a post on the PlayStation Blog, Epic said it is using the controller’s adaptive trigger feedback to make the game’s various weapons feel more lifelike in your hands.
“Fortnite will support two kinds of adaptive trigger feedback for ranged weapons: trigger pull feedback and sustained feedback. Weapons that fire once per trigger pull–your Pistols, SMGs, Snipers, Assault Rifles, etc.–will use trigger pull feedback, meaning you’ll feel the authentic resistance of pulling their triggers as you push down the trigger of the DualSense,” Epic said.
For weapons that require the trigger button to be held down before firing, there will be “sustained feedback.” Epic described this
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You might have seen that many journalists have just received PlayStation 5 units for review, but today we also got our closest look yet at the PS5’s new DualSense controller thanks to an unboxing video from YouTuber Austin Evans.
We already knew that the DualSense has some familiar PlayStation hallmarks — a D-pad and four face buttons on the top half, two analog sticks on the bottom half, four triggers, and, like the PS4’s DualShock 4, a touchpad in the middle — and Evan’s video gives a good look at all of those features and the controller’s new design.
But Evans didn’t use the controller with a PS5, so we don’t get to see things like the DualSense’s new haptic feedback and adaptive triggers in action. And despite the DualSense’s box only listing compatibility with the PS5, though, Evans did manage to connect the controller with a
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- An FCC listing has revealed an all-black version of the PS5 DualSense controller
- Traditionally, PlayStation controllers have been gray or black when the console is launched
- More variants and special edition controllers could follow based on game-specific releases
Almost from the moment the white DualSense controller for the PlayStation 5 was unveiled in April, fans had begun wondering what it would look like in black. However, they may not need to wonder any longer.
A series of tweets from @welltest789, first spotted by VGC, has revealed what an all-black controller will look like.
Due to the numerous fakes that have popped up since April, legitimacy was, of course, the first question regarding these images. However, the Twitter user attached the listing from the United States’ Federal Communications Commission, which published the new photos showing the black PS5 DualSense controller.
The images from the official FCC listing provided