Sony has unveiled its next generation PlayStation 5's DualSense controller, that boasts of a built-in mic and adaptive triggers. There's a new dual-tone design on offer, and the light bar from the PS4 controller now borders the touchpad. The share button has been replaced with Create, but what it does is still a mystery. The controller seems to be charged via USB Type-C, and the triggers are expected to have haptic feedback. The accompanying console, however, is yet to be unveiled, but the PS5 is still on track to be released towards the end of 2020.