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The PS5 DualSense controller costs $70

Sony revealed prices for the console's other first-party accessories as well.
Kris Holt, @krisholt
September 16, 2020
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When the PS5 arrives in November, so too will several accessories for the console, and Sony has revealed how much they’ll all cost. The PlayStation 5 will come with one DualSense controller, but if you have a friend and they want to join in, you’ll need a second one. That’ll cost you $70.

It’s worth bearing in mind that you won’t need extra DualSense controllers if you’re playing backwards-compatible PS4 games on your PS5 with your buds — a DualShock 4 will do the trick. If you do pick up a second DualSense controller though, you can charge them both at the same time with Sony’s $30 charging station.

If you want to stream your PS5 gameplay without having to connect your console to a PC capture card, the HD Camera might grab your attention. It boasts dual 1080p lenses and costs $60. The Pulse 3D headset, which boasts support for 3D audio and a pair of noise-canceling microphones is $100, while the PS5 media remote is $30.

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