At first glance, the new controller does not differ much from the DualShock 4 we all know, but there are some notable differences. At first, the new accessory seems to contain no light bar. In combination with the higher capacity battery that we know Sony plans to incorporate into the controller, the absence of the lightbar can result in significantly longer battery life. Based on the diagram, the controller can also dispense with the two-color design of its predecessor and include larger triggers. One detail that is hard to understand is the inclusion of two separate headphone sockets on the bottom of the controller.