Published: Sun, October 18, 2020
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All Black PS5 DualSense Controller Revealed

All Black PS5 DualSense Controller Revealed

Sony introduced the PlayStation 5's DualSense controller to its users in April.

Despite revealing the prices, Sony has refrained from announcing the availability of the consoles in India. It has also been confirmed that the release date of PlayStation 5 accessories is on October 30th, which means that accessories will be accessible 2 weeks before the console is released in the US.

Not only is PlayStation 5 pretty hard to pre-order right now, as everyone seems to want it, but just the video of the UI breakdown is still trending on YouTube. The Digital Edition will be priced at INR 39.990 ($544).

Its nice to see Sony clarifying this feature and the fact that only a clip can be selected is a plus and hopefully, this will calm some of the big concerns that players raised this week. Those wanting an extra unit will have to pay INR 5,990 for the Dual Sense, almost $82. The Media Remote and DualSense Charging Station are priced at INR 2,590 each. The HD Camera which can be used by gamers for recording or streaming will be available for Rs 5,190.

We're less than a month away from the next generation with PS5 but you may be able to get your hands on some accessories ahead of the consoles November 12th release date. Sackboy a Bid Adventure and the vanilla edition of Spider-Man Miles Morales will retail at $54,45. The Xbox Series S and Xbox Series S both are already available for pre-orders in the country and that global launch that includes the Indian market is set for November 10.

The latest Sony console comes in two variants, one is a standard edition that comes with an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc drive whereas the other is digital edition, which does not come with an optical disc drive. The same thumb rule also applies to the Xbox Series X (that is also $499 in the US) though Microsoft could have priced the Xbox Series S (that is just $299 in the United States or roughly Rs 22,000) better. "We will share an update on launch date for India as more information becomes available".

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