“For example, as we tested haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, we compiled personal feedback, such as ‘this has too strong of a recoil.’ We shared such thoughts with the hardware team and then shared them with our international studios,” he explained.
“The DualSense received a lot of feedback and was progressively getting more cohesive and better integrated. This was quite a long process – about a year-and-a-half to two years.”
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Doucet explained that the design of the DualSense has “changed considerably” over the nearly two years of development, but it has always been designed with haptics and adaptive triggers.
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Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.