PS5 peripherals including the DualSense controller have already been spotted in stores. The controller, along with the PS5 HD Camera, Media Remote and Pulse 3D Headset have already started appearing in Walmart stories across the United States, despite the launch of the actual PlayStation 5 console being just under a month away.
Photos have been taking photos of the PlayStation 5 peripherals on shelves in Walmart stores, taking to sites like Twitter to share their snaps.
According to stock tracking website BrickSeek, accessories including the DualSense are currently in stock in multiple stores in the U.S, including locations in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Francisco, though there are currently no reports of the accessories being purchased from Walmart stores at the time of writing.
It’s likely we’ll continue to see photos of the PS5 DualSense controller and other next-gen accessories across social media before the launch of the next-gen console. Although it seems early, the release date for accessories in the U.S has been brought forward to October 30th, with the console itself launching on November 12th (19th for the Europe).
Sony has also brought the release date forward for PS5 accessories in the UK, to November 12th.
The PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers are said to be that advanced over the DualShock 4, that not only can you feel the rumble of gravel on the race track and the tension of pulling the trigger in an online shooter, but it can also simulate player fatigue in NBA 2K21, and can even monitor your heart rate!
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