Sony today showed off the PlayStation 5's standard controller, which it has dubbed the DualSense.
The name is a departure from the DualShock line of pads that Sony has relied on since the PlayStation 2 launch, and a nod to the new pad's revamped haptic feedback features, which Sony claims will let players more convincingly feel "the slow grittiness of driving a car through mud," or "the tension of your actions, like when drawing a bow to shoot an arrow."
Beyond the previously reported haptic features, Sony also confirmed some new additions, like a built-in microphone to allow in-game chat without a headset.