The new controller will also feature a dedicated Fn button which allows players to adjust their setup on the fly, swapping quickly between pre-set control profiles, adjusting volume and chat balance and more.
Each stick module will also be fully replaceable to ensure the controllers last longer, with swappable stick caps (standard, high dome and low dome) available to help with grip and stability.
Two swappable sets of back buttons (half-dome and lever) can be configured to replace any other button input too.
Not surprisingly, it also retains the features of the normal DualSense controller, including haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, built-in microphone, motion controls and more.
“The opportunity to create the DualSense Edge wireless controller was a dream come true for our team,” Daisuke Kurihara, art director, said.
“We wanted to build on the legacy of iconic PlayStation controllers by creating a controller that empowers players to experiment and personalize elements based on their own unique playstyle – whether they are a competitive gamer or someone who just enjoys having more options to customise their play.
“We are thankful to the many gamers, professional esports players, and developers who helped provide feedback on the controller’s design.”
Launch timing has yet to be confirmed for the release of the DualSense Edge, with Playstation promising more information “in the months ahead”.