The DualShock 4 wireless controller allows the light from the light bar to emit on the touch pad, making a new luminous line in the same color as that of the light bar. This apparently lets you see what player you are. The controller supports both USB and Bluetooth and will retail for around £54.
Sony has also redesigned the PlayStation Camera, although the only difference between this and the previous one is that it is now in a compact cylindrical form. It also comes with a stand and will once again retail for around £54.
A vertical stand will also be released. This will include attachments for both PS4 Slim and the PS4 Pro, so that you can use whichever console you want with it. The stand will retail for £16.
Finally, Sony will also release a Platinum Wireless Headset. The “high-end gaming headset” features “premium construction and materials for extra comfort.” The headset supports positional 7.1 virtual surround sound powered by SIE’s proprietary 3D audio technology. Select games will also support 3D audio, delivering surround sound from all directions.
The new premium headset also features multi-position, hidden noise-cancelling microphones for clearer chat and is also compatible with PS VR and mobile devices using an included 3.5mm audio cable.
Sony will charge around £129 for the headset.
PlayStation Pro has been dated for November 10 and will retail at around £349. The video below explains the benefits of the new system.