markytonline83 wrote:Not everyone's got this problem, but apparently a great lot of people have. Seems to be much more common with the DS4 than with any other controller. In my case, having used lots of controllers, also the only one with this issue.
Edited by DrStrangelove at 21:27:25 10-12-2018
PS4 Dualshock Thumbstick wear • Page 4
DrStrangelove 15,088 posts
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i bought some metal ones once but the grip around the edges dug in after a while. My launch pad sticks have started degrading after fishing in rdr2 of all things. Always wondered what people were doing to make the rubber flake off, now i know.
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My launch PS4 pad had quite soft sticks which after a couple years were showing some very light wear.
I bought a PS4 pro at launch and noticed the sticks were a lot firmer, felt like plastic rather than rubber. They still aren't showing any sign of wear at all
Edited by richyroo at 22:05:45 10-12-2018
I liked the feel of the original ones but the left stick wore through badly on both of mine. I don't even really play that much. I guess it must be intense when I do!
Not going for metal, I can't imagine they'll feel as nice,or be as grippy.
Replaced mine today (with some Xbox One replacement ones I got off Amazon here if anyone's interested.
Not too difficult at all, and I'm pretty cack-handed. I did accidentally pop out one of the triggers but it wasn't hard at all to put back on.
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