The PS5 is now available, and while you’ll have a hard time getting one, that doesn’t mean you can’t plan some accessory shopping in the meantime. The accessory selection is decently robust for a launch product, and we’ve done the heavy lifting for you to find the best PS5 accessories you can get right now.
For more on the PS5, be sure to check out our review as well as our comparison between the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
DualSense wireless controller">DualSense wireless controller
Consoles still only come with one controller, so it is going to be worth it to pick up another one while you’re at it. An additional controller is ideal if you want to do any local co-op or need to switch out the controllers if one dies.
Luckily, the DualSense controller is one of the best controllers ever made, thanks to its ergonomic design, variable tension triggers, and improved haptic vibration. Plus, the new design looks straight out of the future, much like console itself.
It’s the best controller for the
Pulse 3D wireless headset">Pulse 3D wireless headset
Last generation had Sony Gold headsets, and the
For online gamers, the Pulse 3D headset has discreet dual hidden microphones for clear audio without a boom mic jutting from the headset.
And for $100, the headset is a good deal that delivers an impressive sound experience.
PS5 media remote">PS5 media remote">
PS5 media remote
The built-in IR transmitter will also let you adjust audio and power on compatible TVs, potentially making this the only remote you need. Plus it has the curved all-white aesthetic of the console, rounding out the design language.
HD camera">HD camera
Streaming is becoming more popular with each passing year, and Sony aims to make it easier than ever to get you in front of people with its games. The HD camera for the
The camera also has a built-in stand that lets you adjust the angle to get the right look. Plus the background removal tool helps cut out the background entirely if you have a green screen.
For $60, it’s well worth the outlay and much more functional than the average webcam.
SteelSeries Arctis 7P wireless gaming headset">SteelSeries Arctis 7P wireless gaming headset
The Pulse 3D headset is great for most people, but if you’re looking for the ultimate experience check out the SteelSeries Arctis 7P wireless headset. The unique SteelSeries drivers deliver exceptional sound, and the breathable mesh ear cups let you play all day without sweating.
The Arctis 7P also has a retractable boom mic for players who need the up close and personal mic experience. Plus the Arctis 7P has an impressive 24-hour battery life, which means you can play for days on end without charging.
The Arctis 7P wireless headset is the best headset for the hardcore gamers out there.
Insignia USB-C 9’ charging cable">Insignia USB-C 9’ charging cable
If you have ever lived with only one controller, then you have definitely played your console while the controller was plugged in and charging. You’ve also dealt with annoyingly short charging cables. The
That’s why this 9-foot cable from Insignia is an ideal alternative. It nearly doubles the length of the included cable, which means you can comfortably game on your couch without fear of yanking the console out of the wall.
Seagate 4TB game drive for PS4">Seagate 4TB game drive for PS4
We recommend the Seagate 4TB game drive. This roomy hard drive should comfortably fit all of your games, plus it has a nice blue on black design that meshes well with the new console.
If you want to move your PS4 games to your
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