DualShock 4 Wireless Controller for PlayStation 4 – Jet Black

July 27, 2015 - Comment

view larger Complete Control The DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller features familiar controls while incorporating new ways to interact with games and other players. Improved dual analog sticks and trigger buttons offer an even greater sense of control, while the capacitive touch pad opens up endless potential for new gameplay possibilities. Experience the evolution of play

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The DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller features familiar controls while incorporating new ways to interact with games and other players. Improved dual analog sticks and trigger buttons offer an even greater sense of control, while the capacitive touch pad opens up endless potential for new gameplay possibilities. Experience the evolution of play with the DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller.

Sony PlayStation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 Touch Pad

Located on the top of the controller, the TouchPad offers gamers completely new ways to play and interact with games.

Sony PlayStation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 Light Bar

Three LEDs offer a simpler way to easily identify players and quickly see useful game information, like when a character is low on health or has taken major damage.

Sony PlayStation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 SHARE Button

Share triumphs and accomplishments by streaming live gameplay to Ustream or uploading recorded videos to Facebook.

Sony PlayStation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 Built-in Speaker and Stereo Headset Jack

Enjoy high-fidelity sound effects of games from both the TV and also from the controller. Chat with friends playing online with the bundled headset.

Sony PlayStation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 New Shape

Improved ergonomics means it’s more comfortable to hold, while improved analog sticks and buttons mean more precise control.

Sony PlayStation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 Enhanced Vibration

Multiple vibration motors give games a greater degree of expression and heighten the sense of immersion for players.

Comments

Joseph Stacavich says:

Best controller I have ever used As a long time Microsoft supporter and someone who has never really liked the PS3, I felt it necessary to post this.I picked up the new DS4 controller last night for the upcoming PS4, and I have to say I am blown away at how much better they made this controller.Everything about this controller feels better than the old DS3 and prior units. The joysticks are farther apart and actually have resistance for more precise movements.The grips are elongated and this makes the controller fit much better in my bigger hands.It is not heavy in the hand, so while using it I forget I am holding it. The movements feel more like second nature rather than thinking about which button to press.I knew awhile back I was not getting the Xbox One and I had hitched my wagon to the PS4 train. This just makes that decision all the more grand.This DS4 is the best controller I have used on any system to date. Will it beat the new Xbox One…

R&S says:

PC Compatible if you can rebind! I agree with what the others have said regarding feel so I will post what I’ve found regarding working with PCController is working via generic Wireless Controller driver on Windows 8 while connected with micro USB cable OR through bluetooth! Have tried with several games and have found the following:Doesn’t follow the 360 bindings, you will have to rebind games, may not work for games that don’t allow this.Works wonderfully with Battlefield 3, GTA: San Andreas, Strike Suit Zero, ZSNES, Dolphin etc. after rebinding.A Micro USB cable is NOT included in the box!!!Have not found a way to make rumble work.Touchpad input is NOT recognized so far, but clicks ARE.Share, Options, and PS button all register.The front lit section slowly fade blinks Yellow while charging, is solid white while connected wirelessly, and off while charged and on cable.Opens with a 0x2-1/2″ or other small…

Michael Jackson says:

Great design, not durable and quality issues. This controller has the best feel of any that I’ve used in the past and it was one of the biggest considerations when upgrading from the PS3 after trying out the console in the store. The wider stance and obviously upgraded ergonomics make for a great feeling device in your hand.The problems:I wore through the rubber on the left joystick of the first controller within a week. I’m not even a serious gamer so I’d consider my use to be general wear. I’ve also never experienced this problem on any previous PS controller in the past. After that 1st week of use, the rubber has completely worn through and is exposing the hard plastic underneath.I purchased a 2nd controller from the Sony store and the L1 button is annoyingly sticky so I think they may have some quality control issues to figure out. I’m also trying to be much more careful with the use of the left joystick with this one.I’m hoping that they work through some of these quality issues in…

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