For the last two console generations, there really wasn’t much separating PlayStation and Xbox. While Nintendo was out doing its own thing, ignoring the rest of the gaming world to do whatever weird stuff it felt like, the console lines for Sony and Microsoft were drawn on things like which 2-3 exclusive games a year people liked more, and which controller shape felt more comfortable.
One of the most prevalent features in high-end third-party PlayStation 4 controllers is rear paddle buttons. Sony’s new Back Button Attachment, coming to the U.S. and Canada in January for $49.95, adds a pair of programmable buttons to the back of the Dualshock 4.
Here is how Sony describes this official “Limited Edition” Destiny 2 controller, which is being released in Australia and Europe this September.