- Initial reports on the PlayStation 5 confirm that the dual-sensor controller will support Android.
- This means you can connect the controller to your phone via Bluetooth for gaming.
- This is in line with previous rumors that DualSense is similar to DualShock 4.
Twitter sank today with reports of reviewers receiving their PlayStation 5 review units. Posted by Austin Evans, one of those reviewers A video on YouTube He’s talking about what he’s been allowed to talk about so far.
In the unboxing video for the dualSense controller that comes with PS5 consoles, Evans confirms what we suspect: DualSense supports Android outside the box.
In the video, Evans actually uses the controller to play the game Microsoft’s xCloud service (Oh, irony). You can watch the video reflected below.
DualSense Android support is real!
If what you are interested in is Android support, go fast at 6:50.
While this is exciting news for Android gamers, it is not entirely unexpected. A long time ago, we heard that the dualSense controller’s Innards would be strongly integrated with those on the DualShock 4, the controller of the PlayStation 4. As such, it makes sense that DualSense also supports Android.
However, I’m excited to know that your shiny new PlayStation 5 controller will double the shiny new Android controller Whenever you want!
The Sony PlayStation 5 hits the store shelves on November 12th. However, good luck getting one as pre-orders are selling out in minutes. The dualSense controller, however, Very easy to get.