We got our first glimpse of the PS5 DualSense controller on Resetera last week, but many questioned the authenticity of the leaked image. Gamezawy's Twitter post, on the other hand, is a little bit more convincing.
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The new leaked PS5 DualSense controller image
Gamezawy, an Egyptian retailer, electrified Twitter by posting a higher quality, more convincing image of the PS5 DualSense controller.
صورة جديدة مُسربة ليد تحكم DualSense الخاصة بمنصة PlayStation 5 😍 pic.twitter.com/2y1UyAQOdHJuly 14, 2020
The image features a hand gripping the left stem of the controller and — er — an awkward shot of the picture taker's foot that's inciting some mocking from snide Twitter trolls.
Moving on from photobombing feet, with Sony optimizing the PS5 controller's ergonomic features with curvier handles, the DualSense controller looks like a futuristic boomerang.
Gamezawy vs. Resetera: Which PS5 DualSense controller leak is more convincing?
Compared to the Resetera leak, the gamer world is more convinced by Gamezawy's photo because it has a higher resolution and features accurate shadows and lighting. Plus, the PS5 DualSense controller isn't disproportionately large like the image leak found on Resetera.
Analyzing the Resetera image, hawk-eyed gamers say that the way the PS5 DualSense controller is being held in the photo is suspiciously clumsy and awkward, insinuating that a digital artist superimposed the controller on a hand for visual deception. The quality of the Resetera image leak is also worse than Gamezawy's post. Many also point out that the digital artist failed to scale the PS5 DualSense controller into believable proportions, making it too large.
Still, we're not forensic image experts. Gamezawy's post could be inauthentic as well. Either the latest PS5 DualSense controller image leak is an amazing Photoshop job or it's actually real.