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Posted on Monday, February 25 @ 09:30:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Sony appears to have taken the kitchen sink approach with its latest version of the DualShock, but believe it or not, that glowing blue light on the PS4's controller is not meant to replace the Move.

Speaking to OPM, VP of Sony Worldwide Studios Michael Denny explained:

It's not a Move controller because the Move controller is different and will be compatible with PlayStation 4 and the new camera. The feature your talking about is the light bar and how that may interact with the camera.

Obviously the new 3D stereo camera and HD feed [will] be a lot better with AR aspects, and it can track the light source clearly in 3D so there are going to be features possible in a motion sense there. And obviously the DualShock 4 has improved SixAxis motion sensing so motion gaming is possible with the new controller.

Hooray, Sixaxis! Please excuse me while I go throw up.

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