When Microsoft released its Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller in 2015, PlayStation fans were wondering when the company would release its own premium controller. After all, PlayStation had released some of the biggest innovations in the business with the handlebar design and a layout that has become standard in the industry.
With the PlayStation DualSense Edge, Sony borrows a few concepts from other devices and incorporates them in a complete package that marries the best of these innovations. Developed as a controller that will work with any title, it sports some of the basics of the stock DualSense. It has adaptive triggers that offer force feedback as you press the
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