The DualSense Edge is Sony’s first-party pro-style controller, and it rarely sees discounts. In fact, since launching in January, it’s hardly budged from its $200 price tag. However, right now you can snag the premium gamepad for $187–it’s not much, but this is one of the best prices we’ve seen for the DualSense Edge.
The DualSense Edge is a pro-style controller with a premium finish, feel, and suite of customization options. It comes with two pairs of mappable back paddles (different styles), a carrying case, and three sets of analog sticks. These components make it easy to find the ideal setup for your needs, which can vary depending on the type of game you’re playing. Our DualSense Edge review found it to be an impressive gamepad, though its $200 price tag might be a bit steep for some users.
“The DualSense Edge incorporates years of learnings from its competitors to present something that ticks all the right boxes for a good high-end video game controller and even improves the user experience in some key ways,” wrote critic Tamoor Hussain. “The end result is a pro controller that is iterative, but also looks and feels premium while bringing a customizability to the PlayStation gaming experience that hasn’t existed before.
Not sold on the DualSense Edge, or need something more affordable? Then check out the refurbished Razer Wolverine V2 Pro, which also offers a pro-style experience but is just $159. It has offset analog sticks (Xbox style), six additional remappable buttons (four back triggers, two bonus bumpers), and swappable sticks. Like other Razer Wolverine controllers, it has unique mecha-tactile face buttons and bumpers and an eight-way microswitch D-pad. These are built for speed and offer the sound and feel of a gaming mouse.
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