In typical PS fashion, PlayStation DualSense controllers come in a wide range of color options. Over the course of a PlayStation generation’s rollout, Sony usually keeps things interesting by giving us new PS5 controller colors to choose from. This is particularly great if you think the original black and white are a bit bland.
So, this begs the question, what are all of the official DualSense PS5 Controller Colors?
The total number of Dual Sense controllers currently sits at six.
In this article, we’ll break down all of the important stuff like price, and give you a breakdown of what we think overall about every color.
The one you decide to get is totally up to you. Colors are all about personal preference, as your gaming setup might have a specific color scheme.
As you’ll see below, Sony has given the controllers some unique names – we’ve got Starlight blue, which looks very stunning, and then some might say Galactic Purple is majestic, which we definitely can’t disagree with. Both of those colours are awesome.
For the Kawaii fans out there or the Anime & Manga art fans who love to keep everything in their gaming setup cute, you’re in luck! The Nova pink controller is here to fit perfectly into your aesthetic gaming setup.
Without further ado, let’s dive into all of the DualSense PS5 Controller Colors. The nitty-gritty and everything you need to know such as battery life, durable design etc.
How much do PS5 controllers cost?
$70 to $75 (PHP 3,990 – PHP4,290)
If you’re lucky you might find a discount on stores like Amazon sometimes.
Of course, Black Friday and Cyber Monday could bring a few good deals, if you’re willing to wait.
PS5 Controller Colors
Known as the default White/Black PS5 controller, It’s got Sony’s original dual-tone look. The white variant is the cheapest controller and it comes as a default for all PlayStation 5’s.
One of the PS5 Controller Colors, Midnight Black, is no doubt always going to be popular with fans. Everyone is accustomed to the sleek, elegant black controller that has traditional Sony Playstation vibes.
The black ps5 plates has been popular among fans, which is no surprise because it’s technically the classic black PlayStation look. No question, the Midnight Black controller is a must-buy.
Another one of the PS5 Controller Colors, Galactic Purple, is absolutely stunning – It also features an improved internal design. Fans of retro Nintendo consoles and people who love neon lights will definitely relish is this good-looking color.
Another one of the PS5 Controller Colors, Cosmic Red has a blended look, which comes across like a darker pink or purple sometimes. It was launched at the same time as the Midnight Black.
Nova pink definitely stands out as one of the brighter DualSense PS5 Controller Colors. Now some people might love and others will probably hate it, but it’s a great addition to the colors and will definitely fit right at home for the fans who want it.
The Pink is vibrant and looks great. It also comes with slightly thicker springs which add to the durability of the form factor.
Starlight Blue has an eye-catching light shade of blue that’s both aesthetically friendly and subtle. And just incase you didn’t know, the Starlight Blue controller has larger trigger springs that are more durable than those in the Cosmic Red, Midnight Black, and normal white, and black controllers.
Should You Get A Second DualSense PS5 Controller?
With one controller you can have fun, but what if your friends come over? Well, that can’t be the only reason to get a second controller.
- Pick up another one for a fresh color.
- DualSense controllers give 6 to 12 hours of playing time. Having another one will have you ready to jump back into the game when you run out of juice.
All controllers also have:
- Haptic Feedback
- Adaptive Triggers
- The same battery life
A USB cable is not included with each purchase, so you’ll need to get an extra one or charge the controller with your default cable that comes with the PS5.
DualSense PS5 Controller Durability
The controllers are very different, not only in color but in durability too. The standard white controller is cheaper than the colorful versions. This makes it the best option if you just need another one and you’re on a budget.
Starlight Blue, Nova Pink, and Galactic Purple are more durable due to differing internal designs.
- Thicker trigger springs: 0.3mm compared to 0.25mm.
- The White/Black, Cosmic Red, and Midnight Black use the thinner springs
There you have it, all of the DualSense PS5 Controller Colors and the features you can expect to come with them. We’ve also included the prices and a little of what we think. Now it is up to you to go out there and find which controller you like!