Some people have been complaining that the PS5's
new adaptive triggers with haptic feedback—which I guess just means the controller tries to fight you as you play—is making their hands sore.
That's because every time you pull the trigger to shoot a gun, it kicks back up at you. So when you have to hold the trigger down when you're firing an automatic weapon, your finger is getting pummeled
In case you hadn't seen this technology up close, here's a very clear look at just how the PS5's DualSense controller's haptic feedback triggers work when playing a game like Call of Duty