One of the controls that fans of video games have liked the most is the Dualsense , control that debuted with the PlayStation 5 and has far exceeded the dualshock line. And not satisfied with the quality and comfort of this command, apparently Sony has registered a patent that could indicate the evolution of this accessory.


As with any other record of this type, there is no guarantee that it will be used soon or in the distant future. The idea is to add strength feedback to analog sticks, when pushing down. This would be similar to the aggregate haptic feedback in the triggers, making the experience even more immersive for the different games.

This technology will be promoted thanks to non-Newtonian fluids, but everything they mean is a fluid that changes viscosity when it is forced. That includes the custard, when you press them, or the tomato sauce when the bottle stirns. Being a new path compared to HD vibration that switch would implement in some titles.

The idea is that the analog lever can be retracted in the body of the control and that when it is pushed down there will be some resistance, similar to the haptic feedback of the dualsense triggers **. For now it is not known if it will end up implementing, either by an update or a complete change of control and therefore sell individually.