After promising they would, Sony published an official teardown video of the PlayStation 5 console, showing off some key components such as the massive heat sink, fans and power supply unit. Now, we have a tear-down of the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller to share.
Now, this one doesn’t come officially from Sony. Instead, these images were posted by a custom controller manufacturer based in Argentina, giving fans a closer look at the guts of the next-gen controller.
From what we can gather, the team over at Evzen Elite Technology will be offering custom-painted shells as well as the inclusion of additional paddles on the back and precise control triggers for the DualSense.
Most notably the peripheral company reiterates how durable the controller feels, something that will surely comfort any gamer who has had a controller crack, suffer from stick drift or lose the spring in a trigger. PlayStation 5 launches in Australia on November 13, 2020, but units are currently pre-sold out until 2021. DualSense controllers are still available from select retailers.