Even the touch pad is there, sort of: there's a dedicated button to simulate a click on top of the controller, and a "TP" button on the bottom that lets you use control sticks to simulate the gestures. Each of the three comes from a different third-party manufacturer, and each has been officially licensed by Sony.
Nacon's compact controller is great for younger players and those with a preference for smaller grips, Sony said. Whatever your reasons are for needing one, these controllers should offer a change of pace over the standard DualShock 4.
The Wired Compact Controller will launch in November across the region, available in Black, Blue, Grey, Orange and Red colours.
Impressively in addition to a range of core controls, the compact design has a touch pad, stereo headset jack, vibration motors and a 3m long cable.
But it's Hori's mini gamepad that stands out because it reminds us of a Joy-Con.
Peripheral maker Hori has unveiled a new mini PlayStation 4 controller in the form of the Hori Wired Mini Gamepad which will be launching next month on November 6th.