One of the biggest surprises of Sony's announcement of the PlayStation 5 Tuesday were details of the console's controller.
The company teased new features that could potentially change how we game on the PS5.
The PS5 controller will use haptic feedback instead of a "rumble" vibration, adaptive triggers, a better speaker, longer battery life and a USB-C port.
Haptic feedback will provide a more refined vibration to the controller to let players feel the hit of a tackle in Madden while the triggers will give a sensation of pulling an arrow back on a bow.
For example, the PS3 Sixaxis controller released before the DualShock 3 had motion sensors that were intended to make a more engaging experience.
In practice, games that made use of the motion controls were more of a chore.