Revolutionary, Intuitive, Precise.
The DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controller for the PlayStation 4 system defines the following generation of play, combining revolutionary new features like the multi touch pad and Share button with intuitive, precision controls.
Precision Keep an eye on: The feel, shape, and sensitivity of the DualShock 4’s analog sticks and trigger buttons have been enhanced to provide players absolute Keep an eye on for all games on PlayStation 4.
Sharing at your Fingertips: The addition of the Share button makes sharing your greatest gaming moments as easy as a push of a button. Upload gameplay videos and screenshots right away out of your system or live-stream your gameplay, all without disturbing the game in progress.
New how you can Play: Revolutionary features like the touch pad, integrated light bar, and built-in speaker offer exciting new how you can experience and interact together with your games and its 3.5mm audio jack offers a practical personal audio solution for gamers who need to listen to their games in private.
Charge Efficiently: The DualShock 4 Wireless Controller may also be easily recharged by plugging it into your PlayStation 4 system, even if on standby, or with any standard charger with a micro-USB port.
It's possible to get your PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controller working wirelessly with your PlayStation 3 following a recent update to the console.
Sony recently issued a new update for the PS3 that quietly added support for the DualShock 4 controller without the use of a micro USB cable. Previously you had to use a cable for it to work.
We had a or about its imminent arrival, but Sony's now made its next-generation DualShock 4 controller official at tonight's event in NYC. The company's Lead System Architect Mark Cerny took to the stage to reveal the all-new companion, which has been redesigned and now features a more rounded form factor as well as what appears to be a slightly rubberized grip with "enhanced rumble capabilities." There's also a touchpad now (clearly taking a cue from the Vita), a headphone jack, the long-rumored share button, a light bar that, according to Cerny, will be utilized as a "more friendly way to identify players" and a stereo camera which is used to track the 3D position of the Move-compatible controller.