Sony has launched a new attachment for the PlayStation 4. It is nothing but a set of buttons that join to the back of the controller. Back Button Attachment for DualShock 4, as the title suggests, enables users to map two of the gamepad’s buttons to convenient to access positions on the back. Notably, the controller has a devoted button that allows users to swiftly re-map controls on the fly by cutting the need to jump into a menu in the PS4. Now, users will not have to lift their fingers to reload or conduct a different attack. Even more, one can set up to three profiles. Besides this, an OLED screen present on the back exhibits the existing button setup of the controller.
The basic idea behind offering such back buttons is that it will become convenient for players to operate as their hands are already holding the controller. After that, players can interchange some switches to make them quickly and easily accessible. For example, while playing a driving game, the user can change gear rapidly.
As per the company, the device can save up to three distinct control profiles at a time. Besides, the buttons can assist in mapping one of 16 various present within. Apart from this, it is compatible with all games, including PlayStation VR titles. The latest Sony accessory will arrive in the US market on 23rd January 2020 at an affordable price of $30. Note that the cost-effective addition can function with any DualShock 4 controller. It fits in the port present on the base of the controller and is powered by the controller. It also permits an audio transmission through a 3.5mm headphone jack. It is extremely strange to see a late debut from Sony in the life cycle of PS4. Reportedly, the PS5 could arrive in the market by the end of 2020.