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PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 Will be Available In Four New Colors In September 2019


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The North American and European PlayStation Blogs have revealed new PlayStation 4 peripherals. Four new DualShock 4 designs will be released in both regions. In addition, one of those colors will get a matching wireless headset. Everything will be available in Fall 2019, with the four controllers arriving first.


The four DualShock 4s cover a range of styles. Two are pearlescent, one is a matte single color, and the last one has a patterned design. The rose gold and titanium blue DualShock 4s actually are a mix of matte and metallic finishes, as the top is pearlescent, while the bottom is matte. Each one features pastel colors. Electric purple is a matte controller that has two different and complementary shades of purple used. Finally, the red camouflage controller is red with a black, brown, and silver pattern. All four will be released for $64.99 in September 2019.


Here is the trailer looking at the four of these.



As for the wireless headset, it is going to be a rose gold variant of the gold wireless one announced back in February 2018 and white version that was revealed in September 2018. This $99.99 headset perfectly matches the upcoming rose gold DualShock 4 and will appear later in Fall 2019 in North America and in November 2019 in Europe.


Here is the official trailer showing the rose gold wireless headset off.



The four PlayStation 4 DualShock 4s will be available in North America and Europe in September 2019. The rose gold wireless headset will be available in North America in Fall 2019 and Europe in November 2019.

Jenni Lada
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