Sony Unveils New Peripherals For PlayStation 4 Pro: Controller, Camera and More

If you think the PlayStation 4 Pro is the lone new piece of hardware coming from Sony, think again. The company just announced that an all new DualShock 4 Wireless Controller, PlayStation Camera, and vertical stand for the slimmer PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro will be accessible in a number of regions this coming holiday season.

The DualShock 4 Wireless Controller comes with an assortment of new features. It allows the light bar's light to appear through the touch pad as a luminous line. This enables players to stop turning the PS4 controller over to get visual information about their character, health status, and more. Additionally to the standard Bluetooth communication, the new controller also bolsters USB communication, enabling players to control it via cable. The device will come in three colors: jet black, magma red, and navy blue.

The PlayStation Camera has received an upgrade. The new version still comes with all the original features intact. But it now features PlayStation VR support and also has a firmer cylindrical shape. The upgraded device includes a stand that allows players to alter its angle and choose its location. Players can install it sitting on top of their television, for example.

The new vertical stand is designed particularly as a mount for the PlayStation 4 Pro and the slimmer PlayStation 4 Slim. Due of its translucent material, the stand looks much like the shadow of the vertically upright console. The stand features two different types of attachment, enabling users to mount either the PlayStation 4 Pro or PlayStation 4 Slim.

Beside the peripherals and two redesigned systems, Sony will release more goods to fans of the PlayStation 4. Coming soon to the console is an exciting line-up of new games that includes Final Fantasy XV, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Gravity Rush 2, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Ryu Ga Gotoku 6 Inochi no Uta, The Last Guardian, and Thumper.

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