Sony announced the price and release date of upcoming next-gen console PlayStation5. The most-awaited PS5 price and release date were announced on Thursday. Sony PlayStation 5 will cost $499, and the PS5 Digital Edition will cost $399. PlayStation 5 is marked as the biggest console ever in history.
Sony also revealed several accessories for next-gen PlayStation5 along with their price tag. PS5 will come with one DualSense controller, but if you have a friend and they want to join in, you will need a new one. Sony’s new DualSense controller will cost $69.99. It’s a $10 increase as compared to Dual Shock 4 for $59.99 MSRP.
If you want to enjoy backwards-compatible PS4 games on your PS5, you won’t need a Dual Sense controller – Dual Shock 4 will work fine.
Sony’s charging station, which can recharge two DualSense controllers at once, is set to cost $29.99.
The HD Camera with dual 1080p lenses allows streaming your PS5 gameplay without having to connect your console to a PC capture card. It costs $60. The Pulse 3D headset, which boasts support for 3D audio and a pair of noise-cancelling microphones is $100, while the PlayStation 5’s media remote will cost $30.
DualSense Wireless Controller Specifications
Approx. 160mm x 66mm x 106mm (excludes largest projection) (width x height x depth)
- PS button, Create button, Options button,
- Directional buttons (Up/Down/Left/Right), Action buttons (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square),
- R1/L1 button,
- R2/L2 button (with Trigger Effect)
- Left stick / L3 button, Right stick / R3 button, Touch Pad button, MUTE button
2 Point Touch Pad, Capacitive Type, Click Mechanism
Six-axis motion sensing system (three-axis gyroscope + three-axis accelerometer)
Built-in Microphone Array, Built-in Mono Speaker, Stereo Headset Jack
Output : 48kHz/16bit, Input : 24kHz/16bit
Trigger Effect (on R2/L2 button), Vibration (haptic feedback by dual actuators), Indicators (Light bar / Player indicator / MUTE status)
USB Type-C® port (Hi-Speed USB), Stereo Headset Jack, Charging Terminals
USB connection (HID, Audio)
Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
PlayStation 5 accessories may launch alongside the console on 12th November.