With the PlayStation 5, Sony opted for a less traditional color scheme, one that ditched the classic jet-black exterior found on earlier PlayStation consoles in favor of a black-and-white finish. For some, the new exterior was an acquired taste, as was the matching aesthetic found on the accompanying DualSense controller.

On Thursday, however, the company announced two new color schemes for the DualSense — at least for those lucky enough to have landed a PS5 console amid the ongoing supply shortages. Dubbed “midnight black” and “cosmic red,” both controllers offer the same features as the standard DualSense, including a built-in microphone, haptic feedback, and adaptive triggers designed to make games more immersive.

Right now, both are currently available for preorder ahead of their launch on June 18th.

When it was released along with the PS5, the DualSense drew attention for its innovations. In addition to the different shape compared to the DualShock, it comes with an unprecedented vibration system, which gives the player more refined feedback sensations.

In addition, its haptic triggers adapt according to the situation in the game - they become harder when we take out a bow and arrow, for example. The new models also come with the same technology.

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According to Sony, the color palette found on the cosmic red DualSense controller is modeled after the various shades of red scattered throughout the cosmos. That added interstellar inspiration will cost you, however, as the cosmic red edition runs a bit pricier at $74.99. It features a two-tone design like the midnight black DualSense, and it’s currently available for preorder at Amazon, Best Buy, and PlayStation Direct.

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