First impressions of the DualSense Edge, PlayStation’s new and improved controller, are making its way to the media – you can read on here🇧🇷
In case you didn’t know, it’s a controller based on DualSense but with many new features, including several customization options, changing stick covers, replacing the sticks themselves, back buttons, and trigger adjustments, among many others.
However, there seems to be one area where the DualSense Edge isn’t quite as strong as the original: battery life.
According to The Verge, Sony confirmed that due to the fact that the DualSense Edge has many features with the same ergonomic shape and design as the original DualSense, it will have a “relatively shorter” battery life than the previous controller.
The Verge article also reveals that “The longer braided USB cable is also great for competitive gamers who prefer to play with a wired connection to avoid wireless interference – this option conserves battery life.”
Unfortunately, no specific data regarding the new command’s battery has been disclosed; The original DualSense has an autonomy of about 12 hours, depending on the game in question, so it is of even less value.
Anyway, today PlayStation released a new video regarding the new DualSense Edge, where it explains the design behind the new command. It is scheduled to be launched on January 26 and will cost 239.99 euros.
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