Sony is reportedly working on a PlayStation 5 Pro controller
We could see the new controller as early as this month.
While it’s still somewhat difficult to find a PS5, Sony is working on a new controller for its latest console. The PlayStation 5 Pro controller, as it has been dubbed, is likely to be revealed soon.
It included pictures of a prototype of the controller that Henderson had to promise not to publish.
According to Henderson, the controller maintains the classic shape and style of the PlayStation 5 controller. But it adds several features and improved software to take it to the next level.
First, there’s a button under the analog sticks that let you easily take out the sticks and replace them.
Additionally, the triggers have trigger stops attached, and paddles on the back are similar to what you find in other Pro controllers.
The handles have rubber grips for holding the controller. Additionally, it seems those are removable.
Contrary to some predictions, however, the reveal will not include a new console.
It’s not even clear that the reveal this month will include the new PlayStation 5 Pro controller we mentioned here. Sources only said that Sony is revealing several pieces of hardware soon.
But the timing of the PlayStation 5 Pro controller revelation suggests that it could be included in that list.
It sounds like there’s a good chance we could see that release date, the new PlayStation 5 Pro controller, and even more new hardware in an event later this month.
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