The PS5 DualSense controller uses two new color schemes, and Sony will start selling them soon. These two variants add the black and white default controller that was introduced with the PlayStation 5 last year. Cosmic Red and Midnight Black are new colors that will be released worldwide starting next month. The models of these two new variants have been inspired, but both are “galaxy”. Sony stated that the “Cosmos Red” controller was “inspired by the unique vivid red tones in the entire universe,” while the “Midnight Black” controller reflected “how we view space from the night sky.”

PlayStation 5 was launched in November last year, with black and white color matching and a black and white DualSense controller. Now, the company has added two new color schemes to its DualSense controller. The new color has a matte effect.

The new design replaces the white part of the default DualSense controller with red on Cosmic Red (red), and replaces the black on the Midnight Black version with black. The blue light around the touchpad remains unchanged. The new PS5 controller has the same functions as the standard black and white controller and does not provide any other functions.

Sony has not yet revealed the exact sales date of the new DualSense color scheme, but said it will start selling through participating retailers around the world next month. It added that the exact date will vary from location to location. There is no pricing for the new color schemes, but hopefully these new DualSense color schemes are more expensive than standard controllers. Currently, the price of Black and White DualSense is Rs. The price on the official Sony Center website is 5,990.

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Recently, a new slot for PlayStation 5 pre-order was discovered on the Sony Center website. The slot said that the game console will be pre-sold at 12 noon (noon) on May 17. This is the standard version of PS5, priced at Rs. 49,990. In addition, the PS5 digital version is also listed on the Sony Center website and will be pre-ordered at the same time as the standard version of Rs. 39,990.

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