Xbox boss Phil Spencer praised the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller and hinted that this device could possibly inspire Microsoft to add new features to its own controller in the future. In fact, this type of executive compliment is nothing new, as in November of last year he commented on something similar to The Verge.
Microsoft has maintained the family design for your Xbox Series X controllers | S, introducing only minor design changes and interior improvements. Instead, Sony chose to totally redesign their controller with new features like haptic vibration and adaptive triggers, which were highly praised by the best Xbox dog.
Microsoft may consider incorporating new functions into the control seen in the PS5’s DualSense
In his last speech Gamescast a little funny, Spencer said Xbox likely won’t release accessories such as VR glasses in the near future, but suggested that an update to the controller with new features is much more likely to make the gaming experience overwhelming. the console even more immersive.
I think about the material roadmap that we have followed and I love the evolution of the Liz Hamren team and the work they have done with the new controller.
We are thinking of different kinds of devices that can bring more games to more places. We are likely to work on improving the order. I think PlayStation has done a great job with its controller and we think there are some features we should be working on in the future.
We just look at what’s going on in our ecosystem and elsewhere and see if there is an opportunity to improve ourselves. Right now, I don’t think there’s anything really needed that we don’t already have.
At the start of the year, Microsoft used a customer experience survey ask Xbox Series X owners | S if they would like to see the PlayStation controller features available for their consoles.