What accessories are launching with the PS5?
During its PS5 The Future of Gaming showcase, Sony unveiled the PS5 and several high-profile games such as Horizon Forbidden West and a Demon's Souls remake. The company didn't stop there, however, showing off a full slate of accessories. Here's the full list:
- DualSense controller - The new controller features haptic feedback and adaptive triggers — $70.
- PULSE 3D wireless headset – Offers 3D audio support and dual noise-canceling microphones — From $204.
- HD Camera – Features dual 1080p cameras for gamers to broadcast themselves without needing a separate camera — $60.
- Media Remote – A remote control with a built-in microphone to navigate movies and streaming services with ease — $59.
- DualSense Charging Station – So you can easily charge two DualSense Wireless Controllers at once — $72.
All of these accessories are currently available worldwide, though stock is sometimes limited depending on the exact retailer and region.
PS5 accessories Why a new controller?
The PS5 introduces the DualSense controller, which has a variety of improvements over the DualShock 4 such as a larger battery, adaptive triggers and haptic feedback. These advanced mechanics allow developers to provide more immersive experiences than ever before, such as having a trigger physically jam as the gun jams, or replicating the sensation of soft rain.
PS5 accessories What about different console models?
There are two different models of PS5 — the standard PS5 and the Digital Edition. The only difference is the disk drive — while one PS5 includes a 4K Blu-ray drive, the second model does not and is intended solely for digital media.
The PS5 is now available worldwide, though stock remains extremely low. If you see one you're able to buy, we'd recommend pouncing on it immediately. In our PS5 review, PlayStation lead Jennifer Locke explained that there's no way she can go back to the PS4 thanks to the new features and speed provided by the PS5.
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The PS5 remains incredibly difficult to find in stock but more consoles are coming through the rest of the year and in early 2021. In the meantime, you can consider which version of the console you want and browse launch games and accessories.
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