If there is something truly remarkable about the DualSense, the new PS5 controller , it is the technology that it includes in its adaptive triggers , although it is likely that many people do not want to use it. In this sense, Sony has confirmed that the level of force can be adjusted and even deactivate this functionality.
After having tried it, I can assure you that the sensation offered by the adaptive triggers is surprising, especially when they are capable of delivering an unexpectedly high level of resistance to achieve a certain effect, but it is true that for many people it can be a drawback .
In fact, the accessibility options are increasingly wide in games and devices so that they can adapt to a wider range of situations, and that is where the possibility of adjusting or deactivating haptic feedback comes in so that the triggers do not offer resistance.
Other interesting options such as voice dictation have also been included. Since the DualSense has its own microphone built in, it is possible to write text messages using your voice and without using the always cumbersome virtual keyboard on the screen.
In addition to this, the PS5 includes a text-to-speech function for those who are blind or have low vision. Thanks to it, a voice will guide us at all times to know where we are on the menu, what options we have at our disposal or which we have selected. Obviously it can be activated and deactivated.
For people who are deaf or hard of hearing, there is also the option to enter a text for the console system to read aloud to the other members of a group.
The PS5 will go on sale on November 19 and if you are thinking of reserving one you can stop by here to see what options there are.
This collection of high resolution PS5 images is the best way to get closer to the new console before you get your hands on it
Sony doesn’t usually disappoint with official product images, but surprisingly we still haven’t been able to get anywhere near the PS5 at its usual level of quality. We were starting to get tired of always using the same snapshots.
The images that had hitherto been few and not particularly remarkable, and we value these materials were excited to see when the Flickr gallery of Sony was finally paid off.
In the gallery you can find the complete collection, which focuses on many of the beautiful details of the console and its accessories such as those engravings and curiosities that can only be seen with the nose glued to the pot. Here are some of them. The wait is going to be long, but at least you can kill that time by keeping an eye on the Barad-dûr that will soon grace your living room. The new machine will hit stores on November 19 and, if you haven’t done it yet, here you have all the information about the PS5 reservation.