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As was anticipated by many, yesterday heralded Sony unveiling the new Playstation 4 in all its glory during a press conference in New York City. Along with repeated details of new titles which would be available to the system, the press conference outlined a number of the machine’s systems specs and some of the new technology involved.
The most visual change (with the PS4 itself not being shown) has been the significant upgrades to the classic DualShock controllers which have only evolved slightly over the past three generations. The DualShock 4 displays a significantly different design with a touchpad, “share button,” and lightbar installed into it. The latter feature allows for a separate camera to track its movement and positioning in relation to the machine. While concerns have been raised by critics in terms of its design of shoulder buttons and thumbsticks, it seems that many elements of the successful design have remained unchanged.
The most notable change in relation to controllers is the new technology which will allowed users to take over from other controllers over the network, supposedly to help them if they are stuck in one section of a game—something which is to be a point of concern as much as praise, for obvious reasons.