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PlayStation Players discover Secret PS5 DualSense controller

PlayStation Players discover Secret PS5 DualSense controller

The PS5 has been released since November, but PlayStation gamers on Reddit are still discovering features that many overlook. With the Xbox Series X, Xbox players haven’t had any modification period, both because the Xbox Series X UI is the same as the Xbox One’s user interface and because the Xbox Series X console is basically the same thing as the Xbox One console. For the PS5, Sony not only completely reworked the user interface of the PS4, it released an entirely new console so different that it shattered the company’s DualShock naming agreement. In other words, PlayStation gamers are still learning things about their PS5. For example, if I hold the PS button on the DualSense controller for 10 seconds, the controller will turn off.

This isn’t the only DualSense feature that many players ignore. Did you know that you can mute all sounds if you hold down the mute button on the console for a few seconds? If not, don’t worry, many of the people on the PS5 Reddit page have no evidence of any of these features, and that’s because the PS5 doesn’t transmit any of this information.

Of course, it’s very likely that you already know that both of these useful features exist, but given that the Reddit post revealing them both is at the top of the page, it’s safe to assume that most of you reading this don’t know about any of these shortcuts, just like anyone amongst 400 people have commented on the post.

As always, feel free to leave a comment or two to let us know what you think or, alternatively, hit me on Twitter Ha-ha-ha-ha Let me know there. Did you know about these two features DualSense? In the meantime, for more coverage on everything related to the PS5 – including the latest news, rumors, leaks, deals, guides, reviews and more – click Here Or, scroll down to the related links below:

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