Sony showed off it's Playstation 4 tonight, and even though pictures of the actual system have yet to hit the web, they've been showing off their new controller for the system, the DualShock 4. Now keep in mind, pictures of the controller leaked last week, and those pictures were completely accurate.
The DualShock 4 controller will come with a built in touch pad, much like the one used on the flipside of the Playstation Vita. There will also be what's called a "light bar" that will be used to identify other players besides the first one.
The "light bar" will also work with a stereo camera peripheral, which will track the movement of the DualShock 4, allowing for motion controls. The controller will also come with a built in headphone jack, and a "share" button.
The "share" button will be home to a new feature, which will allow players to broadcast their games in real time to their PSN friends. Wanna show off some of your skills in a game? You'll be able to via the Playstation Network.
The Playstation 4 is expected to launch later this year.