Dualshock 3 has become the default controller for PS3 consoles, and has gained immense popularity over the years since the PS3. Sony decided to up the ante with a new controller, which has got gamers drooling over it. The controller has shed some weight and feels real solid in the hand and when Sony announced that the new PS4 controller would work on windows, PC gamers all over the world celebrated in unison.
We’ve seen a lot of people saying that the DualShock 4 is the best controller Sony has ever made and we tend to agree, using the DS4 was a delight. We, personally, prefer the DS4 controller over the one on the Xbox One, as it is a lot better laid out, and the touchpad really makes for a great navigation tool.
The DualShock4 has an internal rechargeable battery which makes it perfect for gamers. The controller’s dimensions are 6.4×2.0×3.9in, it weights 7.4oz, and its design is pretty similar to the DualShock 3. It isn’t a dramatic shift in the design theory behind DS 3 but it does feature at least one major change. But make no mistake, DS4 is far from DS3. It has the usual array of PlayStation controls, namely two analogue sticks, a D-pad, four face buttons, Start and PS buttons, two shoulder buttons and two triggers. It is difficult to ascertain whether there are more subtle changes that have been made to the DualShock 4 Wireless Controller for PlayStation 4