Sony boss Shuhei Yoshida has revealed new details about the PlayStation 4's new controller, the DualShock 4. The Dualshock will work with PCs at launch, controlling "basic functions" on Windows PCs adding, "the analog sticks and buttons will work just fine."

The advanced features of the Dualshock are unlikely to be functional on PCs anytime soon. Features include a light bar, touch pad and motion sensor.

Sony's last generation of DualShock controller, the DualShock 3, was not supported for PC use directly but many third parties created work arounds.

Microsoft's new controller for the Xbox One won't work with PCs out of the box but will include an update sometime in 2014 to make the two compatible. Check out the full list of Xbox One controller features here.

The PlayStation 4 will drop in North America on November 15 for $399.

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[Via Gamespot]