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Where to Pre-order the Pink and Blue PS5 DualSense Controllers

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The Nova Pink and Starlight Blue DualSense controllers are now available for pre-order ahead of their official release. However, the Galactic Purple controller will only be available via the PlayStation Direct website at launch. The Pink and Blue DualSense controllers join the previously-released Midnight Black and Cosmic Red controllers.

Where to buy the Nova Pink and Starlight Blue PS5 DualSense controllers

The two controllers are available to pre-order via Amazon, each costing $74 in the U.S. Their release date is listed as January 28, 2022. However, the Galactic Purple controller is not listed on the Amazon store page. While the PlayStation Direct page shows all five DualSense controller colors, none of the three new colors are available for preorder and only show “Coming Soon”.

For those who live in Europe, you can preorder the two controllers via the Amazon UK store. Each controller will cost £64.99 before shipping and handling. These will launch slightly earlier on January 14.

If you’re looking to buy the Galactic Purple controller, fret not. Sony has already stated that the controller would release to retailers later on February 11, 2022. Additionally, if you don’t live in the U.K. or U.S., Sony has stated that it would release the three new colors in regions such as Canada and other parts of Europe before June 2022.

In other news, there are rumors that the next PlayStation State of Play showcase will happen sometime in February 2022. Developer Techland also revealed that the upcoming Dying Light 2 would take almost 500 hours to fully complete.

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