Four new PlayStation 4 peripherals are on their way alongside the PlayStation 4 Slim and the PlayStation 4 Pro, both revealed yesterday at Sony’s (magnificently underwhelming) event in New York.
The devices are as follows:
A new version of the DualShock 4 will come with both new devices, and can be bought separately for $59 USD. The device features a small light-bar on the top of the touch pad.
A new PlayStation Camera is also on the way. Although containing the same internals as the original camera, it is now in a cylindrical shell with an angle-adjusting stand, most likely for ease-of-use with PlayStation VR.
Next is a new vertical stand that will work for both the Slim and the Pro, because the original PS4 stand will not work with either of the new devices.
Finally, a new Platinum Wireless Headset that includes 7.1 virtual surround sound, 3D audio, noise-cancelling and a 3.5mm audio cable (no iPhone 7 jokes).
Sony managed to make the release of a new stand as interesting as the release of an updated 4K and HDR PlayStation. Not that they made the stand exciting, but instead they made the PlayStation so boring.
The controller, camera and stand will be released September 15th, the wireless headset will be released during the holiday season.