Like the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, there's been a lot of praise given to the PlayStation 5's Wireless DualSense controller so far, which not only includes a revamped design, but a selection of new features as well.
And now, according to a user on Reddit, Microsoft is sending out surveys to select Xbox users asking whether they'd like to see some of these features on Xbox controllers in the future, which you can see in the image below.
No specific features are mentioned, but it's probable that Microsoft is referring to likes of the adaptive triggers, motion sensor, touchpad and integrated speaker, all of which have proven popular with PlayStation users.
It remains to be seen whether anything will actually come of this, but Xbox boss Phil Spencer has previously applauded Sony for its work on the PlayStation 5's DualSense controller, telling the The Verge the following:
"I applaud what they did with the controller, not actually for — well, I shouldn’t say not for the specifics of the controller, but more than just the specifics of the controller. I think for all of us in the industry, we should learn from each other and the innovation that we all push on, whether it’s distribution of business model like Game Pass, or controller tech, or the Wii back in the day, which clearly had an impact on us when we went off and did Kinect and Sony did the Move."
Would you like to see the PS5's controller features brought to Xbox? Let us know in the comments.