Sony revealed the PlayStation 5’s new controller — the DualSense — on Tuesday, promising haptic suggestions, adaptive triggers, a “create” button, and the flexibility to speak with out a headset.
It additionally contains a new design, with all types of pareidolia potential in its strains, buttons, and contrasting shades. So, prefer it or hate it, you understand what should come subsequent: Bring on the fan artwork!
Myself, I feel the controller appears like a stormtrooper baked a croissant. But I don’t have the illustration expertise essential to convey that interpretation to life. Closest I’ve seen thus far is that this one, from bosslogic on Instagram:
Fortunately (or not), many different followers on social media provided their very own takes on what the brand new gamepad reminds them of.
Naturally, some in this ResetEra thread are disappointingly sexy, so beware. Among the protected(r)-for-work takes, we begin with Strong Bad, who sees his older brother, Strong Mad, within the design.
Whereas Twitter user BOW999 appears to see Strong Sad’s beefy traps and delts within the DualSense’s arcing form:
IGN’s Brian Altano can’t unsee a special coveralls-wearing character:
Twitter user @kyoutasab got here up with this unique idea — a floating droid sidekick that emotes with its wire and lightweight bar. (Although it does form of resemble the star of Astro Bot Rescue Mission for PlayStation VR.)
Of course, it may simply be a mascot idea for the brand new console. Anyone keep in mind the Joy-Con Pup?
Bethesda Softworks’ Elizabeth Zelle issued a mode ruling on what a selected icon now means.
Back to bosslogic, in addition they someway noticed Majin Buu’s pants within the DualSense’s grip:
JackIreland_200’s tankini interpretation is shared by many:
How a few DualSense primarily based on the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Game & Learn Controller?
And now we have now them rendered within the PS4’s Dreams for the primary time, too:
And right here’s one other idea — the DualSense as a pesky spider sentry-bot.
Anyway, stormtrooper croissants! Someone get on that for me.
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