According to Dailystars, Rival Sony has received massive acclaim for its redesigned gamepad, with the haptic feedback and adjustable triggers shocking both fans and critics alike.
In fact, after the launch of both the PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles in November, many assume it is the defining must-have addition to improving next-generation games so far.
As a consequence, Xbox is now looking for feedback from its fans, essentially asking if they want them to clone the technology and release their own version of DualSense from Microsoft.
After several years of getting used to their Xbox Elite Controllers ruling the roost in console gaming, they don’t want to be left behind by Sony.
Consumers who have bought either the Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S have obtained the new Xbox console experience survey.
Although it has the normal collection of standard questions, such as rating your level of satisfaction because you own the console, it also asks directly if the Xbox Series X “feels next-gen.”
The business has been under fire from some quarters because frustrated fans want to see the same kickback from the controller triggers that players in the PS5 version have in Fortnite and Call of Duty.
Here at the DS we simply adore the DualSense and will never go back now as the realism is uncanny in shooter games at least. It is excellent, plus the motion detectors and built-in rumble that coincide with in-game activities.
“Microsoft asks readers to agree or disagree in the survey with the statement “I am aware of PlayStation controller features that I wish were on the controller that came with this console.
You could soon see an Xbox version of the Sony gamepad if enough people demand haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.
In the past, the company has borrowed technologies from its rival consoles, such as adding a headphone jack and a Sharing button to the Xbox One controller.