As part of a fairly lengthy partnership between popular Australian Ski Resort Perisher and Sony, a team of folks have built a massive DualShock 4 controller out of ice and snow.
I doubt I'll be making it to the snow this year — last time I went I got a fairly heavy concussion — but if you're heading down to Perisher this year, you have to check it out.
The image above? That's Olympic skier Russ Henshaw making a daring leap over the enormous sculpture. I could totally do that if I wanted to.
The controller can be found in Perisher’s PlayStation® Terrain Park. Sony has been sponsoring the park for a fair amount of time now.
"We’ve been told the success of a sponsorship on the mountain can be measured by how much signage is taken by snow lovers each season," said Michael Ephraim, Managing Director, Sony Computer Entertainment Australia. "Needless to say, we have replaced a great deal of PlayStation banners over our 18 years at Perisher which is a great sign that boarders and skiers make up for a solid part of our PlayStation gaming community."
Seriously, if I went down that park I could see myself slamming headfirst into that controller. I'm the worst.