PlayStation 4's Controller Might Feature Biometric Sensors and LCD Touchscreen

Sony is reportedly dumping the old DualShock design for the next-gen console

  The DualShock design won't make a comeback
A brand new report has surfaced on the web about Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 (codenamed Orbis) console, as a website claims that the company is dumping the traditional DualShock design for a new device that has biometric sensors and an LCD Touchscreen.

A brand new report has surfaced on the web about Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 (codenamed Orbis) console, as a website claims that the company is dumping the traditional DualShock design for a new device that has biometric sensors and an LCD Touchscreen.

The PlayStation 4, Sony's replacement for the aging PS3, might be revealed in the near future and, as such, plenty of rumors have begun to fly around the web.

This time, CVG has posted a report citing two inside sources that say Sony has dumped the old DualShock design for the controller.

Instead, the new device will borrow cues from the PS Vita, as it's going to feature an LCD touchscreen and possibly even biometric sensors on its grips.

As of yet, however, Sony hasn't commented on this potential rumor.

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