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Four Brand-New DualShock Controller Colours Are Coming

Sony has announced four brand-new DualShock controller colours, and they’re incredible.

They explained that since their launch six years ago, there’s been over 25 colours added to their range. Yup, over 25! Can you believe it?!

They revealed the new range in the form of a video…

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Electric Purple

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Sony

They wrote: “This vibrant new colour features a two-tone purple design with white PlayStation shapes for added contrast.”

Red Camouflage

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Sony

Our personal favourite, the red camo version is cool AF and we’re planning to get our hands on one as soon as it drops later this year. The description reads: “Black, red and brown take on the iconic controller camouflage pattern paired with silver detailing for extra flare.”

Titanium Blue

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Sony

The blogpost reads: “A metallic top cover with light blue detailing is complemented by a matte blue back with this new addition to our metallic line.”

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Rose Gold

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“A gold metallic finish and subtle rose hue offers a sleek and sophisticated metallic option,” the description says on their website. If you’re particularly interested in the rose gold one, then you’ll be happy to know that this particular colour won’t just be confined to the DualShock controller.

The official blog post added: “And if you like the look of the Rose Gold controller, then get ready, because we’re also revealing a Rose Gold Edition headset, coming later in November,

“This headset offers the same Gold Wireless Headset audio features players have come to love, but boasts a Rose Gold metallic finish on the headband, with embossed PS Shapes on the inside.”

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They explained that all DualShock 4 wireless controllers will be available for purchase this September, at participating retailers across the US and Canada for $64.99 USD (MSRP) / $74.99 CAN (MSRP). Meanwhile, the headset will be available for $99.99 USD (MSRP) / $119.99 CAN (MSRP), a bit later this Fall, 2019.

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