SCUF’s Vantage Wireless PS4 Controller is possibly the closest thing the PlayStation has to the Xbox One’s Elite Controller. It’s a well-made, comfortable controller that delivers some handy customization options you don’t get from the standard DualShock 4. It has mad e me at least feel like I’m performing a little better. But as much as it does right, it misses the mark just as often, and at $200 it’s too expensive for that, especially for more casual players.
The Vantage is roughly as comfortable to hold as a standard DualShock 4, though definitely a little larger, thanks to the sturdier, textured grip. and feels familiar aside from the very obvious change of the offset analog sticks that resemble the Xbox One’s configuration. Obviously symmetrical versus offset can be quite the personal preference — I’ve grown fond of the DualShock setup having used it so frequently over the years. But playing offset on a PS4 feels good in my hands, especially when combined with analog stick height and contour customization options that let you tune it to your liking for fast-paced genres like first-person shooters.
Source:: IGN – PS4