Referencing Xbox Impulse Triggers. At least that's what I believe.

Agree to disagree. These Adaptive Triggers will work hand-in-hand with the new haptic feedback feature, an upgrade that is going to totally replace the older “rumble” technology found in current and past DualShock controllers. Both consoles having it would eventually standardize it.

But it’s not really improving the haptic feedback. It's a cute gimmick that would get annoying really fast. Forza 5's use of them lets you know if you are putting more weight on one side of the car or the other via rumbling on the side that has the most pressure.

", Well Finally a game on PC that actually supports the trigger force feedback, It took my by surprise as no games i have played on PC uses it, sad really cause i rather enjoy it. I can count on one hand the number of games that have implemented rumble in a way that has actually added something to the immersion as opposed to "ok, the controller is shaking. or Win 10 doesn´t support it?

We've recently moved from Disqus to Spot.IM. ", so whoever the "they" that you are referring to are, they have a point. These adjustments can be made to fit what you see on-screen; as an example, a more powerful bow with a higher draw weight might give you more pushback on the PS5 Adaptive Triggers. TLDR; It's a cool design by Sony but isn't a necessity for MS, which is fine. or Win 10 doesn´t support it? Okay. That's basically the gist of it.

As with previous generations, Sony is going to be introducing a new controller to go hand-in-hand with its next-gen console.

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Will the haptic feedback on the triggers work like on the Xbox One. And everything drives the price up while never being used. Microsoft have patented a mechanism very similar to what Sony have described, but seemingly decided not to bother implementing it in the shipping product for whatever reason. They said the same about rumble.

One of the new features for this controller regards the PS5 Adaptive Triggers, a special button design that is going to be further enhanced by haptic feedback.

I'm in the opinion that Sony's finer and evolved implementation of what the Xbox has had already won't make much of a difference because you need to pass a certain threshold of force/vibration for your hands to actually feel them.
I have the elite and I feel like we already have this? For the Xbox One sometimes the haptic feedback motors in the controller get a bit annoying. I didn’t realise it was on this. Let me know your thoughts, or if you’ve heard any murmurs from Team Xbox about this. Hopefully resistive triggers will come to Xbox soon. I don’t have the switch. Xbox One Controller Impulse triggers: Will the haptic feedback on the triggers work like on the Xbox One.
Easier to break or that same internal piece fails. They have Impulse Triggers built into them. The home of the Xbox Series X, the Xbox Series S, and the next generation of Xbox—power your dreams with us! No flaming please: While everyone’s largely barking over SSD and TFlops, one feature I noted as coming to PS5 controllers was the DuelSense Haptic Feedback and adaptive trigger inputs, which I interpreted as an “Improved Haptic Feedback” on trigger inputs. Well, developers will be able to program a sort of “resistance” for the triggers, meaning that you could need more or less trigger to push the button down. Haptic Feedback to Improved Haptic Feedback. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Sony has been pretty light on the details so far, but it did reveal some information about one particular part of the PS5: The DualShock 5 controller or, as it is now known, the DualSense (which you can read more about here). They could increase their warranty if testing shows the new design is not as durable. Edit: edits for clarity. Either trigger lets you know you're pushing it too far for the car to grip. There's one behind each trigger, and one in … That’s cool.