Fans complain about broken PS5 DualSense controllers!!!

As many people know the PS5 was just released this past month in November 2020 along with the Xbox Series X. Since its release many people had been initially impressed by Sony’s next generation console along with the modifications made from the company’s PS4 console from 2013. While the PS5 looked impressive prior to its release there have recently been complaints about broken features regarding the new DualSense wireless controllers. There have recently been complains about the adaptive triggers for the DualSense controllers malfunctioning to the dismay of many people who purchased the PS5. The adaptive triggers for the PS5 DualSense controllers were intended to add realism to various video games; along with the haptic feedback feature. Even though, the issues regarding the features of the PS5 DualSense controllers was one that was unexpected its not a good look for Sony in relation to their latest video game hardware.

Of course there is plenty of time for Sony to fix the flaws with the DualSense controllers this upcoming year in 2021. With upcoming titles such as Horizon Forbidden, Gran Turismo 7 and Ghostwire Tokyo; PS5 owners do not want to play any of those games with faulty D-pads. However, the PS4 is still popular in retail to some extent and there are plenty of titles that people can still enjoy for that particular console. However, are definitely people who paid $69.99 for the PS5 DualSense controllers who are angry because they bought the product broken. Sony has a history of rarely disappointing their fan base when it comes down to the production of gaming hardware. It will only be a matter of time before Sony gives consumers what they want in terms of optimal quality hardware. It will be interesting to see how successful the PS5 will be in the upcoming years with all of the competition they currently have in Microsoft, Google, Nintendo and now KFC.

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