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PlayStation Launch New DualShock Controllers In Oz

PlayStation Australia has revealed that four new stylish colours will join the growing line-up of DualShock 4 wireless controllers – Rose Gold, Titanium Blue, Electric Purple and Red Camouflage.

All four controllers feature a subtle two-tone colour scheme, while the Electric Purple option will also come with unique all-white icons for the face buttons, instead of the standard red/green/pink/blue.

The new DualShock 4 range comes to Australia in September with a recommended retail price of $99.95 from select retailers.

PlayStation Australia has also announced the release of a Rose Gold Edition headset for $99.99 in November.

It will come with the same audio features that players have come to expect from the headsets but will come with a Rose Gold metallic finish on the headband and embossed PS Shapes on the inside.

Since its launch almost six years ago, the DualShock 4 wireless controller range now features over 25 colours, ranging from the classic Jet Black, to more stylish options like Berry Blue and Sunset Orange, the translucent Crystal range and Camouflage options, and many more.

PlayStation Australia put together a short video showing off the new colour range, which can be watched by clicking here.

New controllers at a glance:

  • Rose Gold: a gold metallic finish and subtle rose hue offers a sleek and sophisticated metallic option.
  • Titanium Blue: a metallic top cover with light blue detailing is complemented by a matte blue back with this new addition to the metallic line.
  • Electric Purple: the vibrant new colour features a two-tone purple design with white PlayStation shapes for added contrast.
  • Red Camouflage: black, red and brown take on the iconic controller camouflage pattern paired with silver detailing for extra flare.

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