The video game controller, as a concept, has evolved quite a bit since its first round of designs. Originally resembling TV remotes, controllers would then transition into more of a joystick design, used for PCs and the Atari 2600.
Then, with the advent of the Nintendo Entertainment System, the controller market would be changed forever. Controllers would now follow the same general design, with a few face buttons on the right, and a D-pad on the left.
Sony's DualShock brought analog sticks to the table, and that's essentially been the design since. Though Sony's new DualSense Edge controller may change up the dynamic once more.Announced at Gamescom Opening Night Live, Sony is bringing an official pro controller to the market.
Named the DualSense Edge, this PlayStation 5 controller has all of the same bells and whistles as its standard DualSense counterpart, but comes with a slew of new features, ranging from back buttons to adjustable analog sticks.Read more on gamerant.com