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PS5 console cover, controller and headset now come in camo

Sony wants to launch a new PS5 color scheme in gray camo this fall, according to a PlayStation Blog post on Tuesday. The collection includes console covers for both disc and digital versions of the Playstation 5along with a new look for the Dual Sense Controller other Pulse 3D Wireless Headphones.

The new color scheme is joined by a variety of solid colors: black, red, pink, blue and purple — now available for console skins and DualSense controllers. It’s also the newest design for the Pulse 3D Wireless Headphones since Sony released a all-black version of the headphones last October.

It’s not known how much the new look will cost, and Sony didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Official solid-color PS5 skins retail for $55. A matching blue, red, pink, or purple DualSense controller will set you back $75, just $5 more than the standard black and white controllers. The black and white versions of the Pulse 3D headphones retail for around $100.

Pre-orders for the PS5 Gray Camo Collection begin September 15 with controller and console skins launching globally on October 14 at and at participating retailers beginning October 28. . The Camo Pulse 3D headset is scheduled to arrive sometime in December. .


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