We have seen that the gaming industry is heating up right now because of the announcement that both Microsoft and Sony are launching their gaming consoles next year. This means that we will be able to play on the next version of both Xbox One X and the PS4 in 2020. However, Microsoft pulled out a surprise by revealing the design and specifications of its next gaming console which is named as the Xbox Series X. It looks like the next Xbox will be a powerhouse and we are yet to see any sort of announcement from Sony regarding its PS5.
Instead of the PS5 from Sony, we now have a new announcement from Sony regarding a new attachment for the PS4’s DualShock Elite controller. As revealed by GamesRadar, Sony has launched a new back button attachment for its controller which can be attached very easily as well. This back button will be customizable so that you can map it to whatever functions you like it to perform. On the other hand, there is also an LED display to see what is happening with the back button. The attachment can be connected to the headphone jack slot of PS4 Elite Controller. However, there is a headphone jack on the attachment so that you don’t miss out on your wired headphones while playing games.
However, people will obviously compare the design of PS4 Elite Controller attachment to what is possible with PS5 controller’s design. And if this is something to go by, we might see some LEDs in the next controller from Sony which could add a digital touch to the controller. As far as the price is concerned, the back button attachment for PS4 Elite Controller will be sold for $29.99 and it will be available in late January from the company.
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