DualShock 4 Wireless Controller for PlayStation 4 – Jet Black (CUH-ZCT2)

February 20, 2017 - Comment

The DualShock 4 Wireless Controller features familiar controls, and incorporates several innovative features to usher in a new era of interactive experiences. Its definitive analog sticks and trigger buttons have been improved for greater feel and sensitivity. A multi-touch, clickable touch pad expands gameplay possibilities, while the incorporated light bar in conjunction with the PlayStation

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The DualShock 4 Wireless Controller features familiar controls, and incorporates several innovative features to usher in a new era of interactive experiences. Its definitive analog sticks and trigger buttons have been improved for greater feel and sensitivity. A multi-touch, clickable touch pad expands gameplay possibilities, while the incorporated light bar in conjunction with the PlayStation Camera allows for easy player identification and screen adjustment when playing with friends in the same room. The addition of the Share button makes utilizing the social capabilities of the PlayStation 4 as easy as the push of a button. The DualShock 4 Wireless Controller is more than a controller; it’s your physical connection to a new era of gaming.

Product Features

  • Precision controller enhanced to offer players absolute control for all games on PlayStation 4.
  • Improved feel, shape, and sensitivity of dual analog sticks and trigger buttons
  • New multi-touch and clickable touch pad on the face of the DualShock 4 Wireless Controller opens up worlds of new gameplay possibilities for both newcomers and veteran gamers.
  • DualShock 4 Wireless Controller features a built-in speaker and stereo headset jack, putting several new audio options in the player’s hands.

Nick TK says:

the thumb sticks are more rugged and have better grip on them I have definitely seen multiple improvements with these new PS4 controllers over the older ones. The battery lasts a lot longer, the thumb sticks are more rugged and have better grip on them, L2 and R2 buttons are more springy (good thing), and the thumb sticks also feel way smoother when moving them around. Other things I have noticed is that the buttons are now grey like the throwback controller and there is now a light on the touchpad. Although the last gen controllers are still pretty good,…

Jordan Chan says:

NEW PS4 Controller and definitely an Upgrade This is the NEW PS4 controller. The easiest way to identify this is the blue LED bar in the front. The thumb sticks seem to be made of a denser, grippier material so that’s an upgrade as well. Battery life is definitely better. Should have bought more to replace all my old ones… but oh well.

TK says:

Summary: USB Connected Feels Like a Dream! Here’s the whole story; this is a tale of the original PS4 launch. I have a launch day PS4. Both controllers I have are launch day controllers. For years I have experienced latency spices, and occasionally I would experience a complete loss of control. You know the kind I’m talking about; your guy starts running and aiming in places you didn’t intend for three of the most critical seconds in the round. 

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