As part of its big PlayStation 4 reveal
in New York City today, Sony also unveiled the console's new controller, the DualShock 4. As it turns out, the rumors
were right on the money
, and the controller features both a built-in touch pad and a "light bar" that can be used to identify players. More importantly, the light bar works in tandem with a stereo camera peripheral, which can track the motion of the DualShock 4, similar to how the PlayStation Move works. The controller also has a built-in headphone jack and a mysterious "share" button.Update:
Gaikai CEO Dave Perry has revealed that the share button allows players to broadcast their games in real time to their PSN friends.