If the announcement regarding the up and coming releases of the newer PlayStation 4 models-Slim and Pro-is not a teaser enough, Sony is amplifying the hype with its other announcement regarding the newly-designed peripherals that are meant to work on all PlayStation 4 models once released. That is, according to the credible sources at Siliconera.
Along with the launch of the PlayStation 4 Slim on September 15, 2016, are the new accessories which includes the redesigned Dual Shock 4 wireless controller-now with a light bar at the front that gives players "visual information" depending on the game-and the updated version of the PlayStation camera that is with no particular improvement apart from the external hardware design.
This up and coming revamped Dual Shock 4 wireless controller will also be able to make communication via USB in conjunction with the Bluetooth route. Both the wireless controller and camera peripherals will be priced according to region at $59/€59/£54.
In addition to these mentioned goodies is another accessory that is compatible both the original PlayStation 4 hardware and the new ones which are about to be released-the updated vertical stand. The current vertical stand that is available in the market is said to be incompatible with both PlayStation 4 Slim and PlayStation 4 Pro by design. People who are interested in getting their first PlayStation 4 vertical stand or replace on their older one can get this updated version for $24/€19/£16, depending on region.
However, the most expensive of this batch would be the Platinum Wireless Headset, dubbed as the "high-end gaming headset" at VG 24/7. Quoted as designed with "premium construction and materials for extra comfort" while also employing features that make headsets stand out in the marker like noise-cancellation, multi-positioning, and compatibility to other devices, this luxurious piece of hardware will cost interested consumers $159/€179/£129-again, according to one's region.