As reported by VG247, it seems that the next PlayStation controller will feature a touch-pad but rumors about a share button may not be true. The Start and Select button have also been relocated according to the report while the shape of the controller remains relatively unchanged. Other changes to the controller include improved L2 and R2 buttons, which hopefully will mean better triggers for these buttons.
The system is also expected to come with a dual camera, support Gaikai, and be priced around $400. While these details are nice, nothing has been confirmed and all of this can be filed under rumor until next week’s press conference.
That said as time ticks down to the 20th of February, excitement is starting to build for the announcement of the next PlayStation console.
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