Sony has confirmed that the DualShock 4 design presented for the PlayStation 4 last week isn't final, as small tweaks need to be made to the controller of the next-generation console.
The PlayStation 4 was announced last week by Sony, but the company didn't actually reveal its new device, instead focusing on games for it, as well as the DualShock 4 controller and the PS4 Eye camera.
Now, Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida has revealed to Engadget that the DualShock 4 design is "near final."
According to Yoshida, there are a few small tweaks that need to be done before it enters mass production, ahead of the PlayStation 4's launch at the end of the year.
Yoshida didn't say just what those tweaks might be, but you can probably guess that Sony is taking into account all the feedback that resulted after the DualShock 4's presentation.