Finally, the PS5 DualSense vs Xbox Series X are in the homes of many players around the world, and from here the competition between Sony and Microsoft will officially begin, as both companies will do their best to win the hearts of people, and sometimes it can be It’s as simple as having the best console.
Exclusive gaming and improved graphics is the main topic of conversation, but overall we cannot rule out the impact that Xbox and PS5 consoles will have in the future.
Controls are generally considered an integral part of the overall gaming experience,
and both companies that we will talk about follow completely different approaches this time,
as Microsoft decided to improve its current board to make it more intuitive,
and Sony is introducing new immersive technology such as haptic feedback.
Stay tuned until you find out which PS5 DualSense controller and Xbox Series X controller are better.
PS5 DualSense vs Xbox Series X: Pricing
The PS5 DualSense controller comes at $ 69.99 / £ 59.99 / AU $ 109.95.
The Xbox Wireless Controller comes in at $ 59.99 / £ 54.99 / AU $ 74.99.
PS5 DualSense vs Xbox Series X: Design
PS5 DualSense controller : The console has a glossy white body surrounded by matte black analog sticks,
with the new Home button decked out with the PlayStation icon and an integrated microphone.
Xbox Series X controller : This control unit does not have a fundamental change in design from its predecessor,
it has the same, with the presence of the traditional button, and the outer part is characterize by a matte finish,
but unfortunately it easily picks up scratches and noticeable scratches.
PS5 DualSense controller : The buttons on DualSense have been greatly enhance from Sony’s latest generation offerings, with the face buttons having a sleek glass aesthetic.
Sony logically chose to use a concave design for its sticks, using the improved analog sticks.
Xbox Series X controller : The console has the addition of a “share” button and a hybrid D-pad that lets you easily capture screenshots of your game,
and the hybrid D-pad provides a middle ground between the Xbox One’s classic D-pad and the changeable D-pad.
PS5 DualSense controller : The control unit has great performance thanks to haptic feedback while using adaptive triggers in some pleasant different ways.
The performance of the built-in microphone and the hard-top D-pad is also delightfully impressive
Xbox Series X controller : The Xbox Wireless Controller provides improvements in functionality,
it is more responsive than its predecessor, thanks to the low latency that Microsoft boasted about.
You also have the Xbox Accessories app – it lets you remap a few of the controller buttons to your liking.
PS5 DualSense controller : This is a powerful, fully feature and ergonomic controller that delivers something truly innovative, it is the most reliable and affordable option.
But DualSense works brilliantly on PS5 and PC and originally on PS3, but not PS4 – nor Mac.
Xbox Series X controller : It is a great controller as it is a gamepad compatible with Xbox One, Windows 10 PC and Android devices, as well as a wide range of hand sizes.
Overall, it is a powerful gamepad, but it does not bother us with any innovative features found on many other consoles.