The best PS5 accessories will accentuate your PS5 setup and take it, and your gaming experience, to new levels of enjoyment. Adding the best PS5 accessories will make gaming more immersive, clean up the look of your PS5 setup, and make everything a bit more manageable, organised, and uniform.
And now is a great time of year to be looking to pick up those extra bits: they make great gifts for friends and family, given (some) of the low price tags, or they make great gifts to yourself. From yourself. But whatever you're looking for, be it a PS5 DualSense charger or one of the best PS5 headsets, we've rounded up the official and some third-party items that make up a range of the best PS5 accessories going that will help you get the most of your new machine.
As we're still so early in the console's life cycle, these PS5 accessories are mostly from Sony itself, but we've already seen a good amount of third-party DualSense chargers that offer a good alternative to the elusive first-party charger. Of course, it's hard enough just to buy a PS5 right now, but if you have managed to get yourself one or you just want to prepare for the fateful day you find one, these are the best PS5 accessories to add to your list.
With that in mind, we'll be continually updating this guide as new items and products appear - our team will keep you up to date with the best PS5 accessories and deals as they come, just as we did with the PS5 price.
The best Sony PS5 accessories
PS5 DualSense controller
The DualSense is the one PS5 accessory that's included with the console, but it's also one most of us will undoubtedly buy more than once. It was actually revealed before the console itself back in April, complete with an article on the PlayStation Blog describing its features.
With the DualSense, games are more immersive when features like haptic feedback and adaptive triggers are adopted and incorporated into games' mechanices. Feel the textures of gravel in your fingers as you drive through streets, as well as the tension in the strings of your bow as you draw back an arrow.
Of course, with these exciting new features likely comes a more expensive PS5 controller. The DualSense costs a little more than the PS4's DualShock, but not prohibitively so.
And now that two more colours - Midnight Black and Cosmic Red - have joined the party, there's a bit more choice to work with and go for to inject some colour into your setup.
Pulse 3D wireless headset
3D audio was one of the key points of Mark Cerny's Road to PS5 talk from March, and the PS5 Pulse 3D headset is surely the best way to experience the new tech. With dual noise-canceling microphones, you can expect crystal clear communication between you and your team in multiplayer games, and the focus on facilitating 3D audio should make games incredibly immersive.
We ranked the official Platinum headset one of the best PS4 headsets around, so there's a good chance the Pulse 3D headset will be another winner and possibly given the number one spot once we've tested it in our best PS5 headsets guide.
It'll cost $99.99 in the US, and you can get the latest PS5 Pulse 3D headset prices here.
DualSense charging station
No more digging through drawers for a micro USB cable that still works - the DualSense charging station is a sleek, convenient addition to the PS5 accessories family that carries the same futuristic two-toned aesthetic as the PS5. You can charge two PS5 controllers at once without needing to connect them to the hardware like they're leeches - and it's shaped like a tiny PS5 too. Nice!
How much does it cost, then? We were expecting the DualSense charging station to be one of the cheapest PS5 accessories available, and it retails with a $29.99 MSRP in the US.
The PS5's media remote is downright sexy. Its curvy, two-toned design is elegant and futuristic, and the uncluttered button layout looks easy to navigate. Given that for a lot of folks, the PS5 will end up their primary device for streaming movies and TV, the media remote is a useful accessory that won't use up your PS5 controller's battery while you're scrolling through your phone with Netflix running the background. Plus, official remotes are usually some of the more affordable console accessories, usually sitting around the $30/£23 price mark.
This particular model is $29.99 in the US and £24.99 in the UK.
With streaming hitting its stride in 2020, the official PS5 HD camera is likely to be in high demand. The accessory allows you to seamlessly add yourself to gameplay and streams, and the flowy, two-piece design is an improvement over the fairly basic PS4 camera.
Expect to pay a premium for Sony's official HD camera (it's $59.99 in the US and £49.99 in the UK), but if you value high-quality video capture and can't get enough of that PS5 aesthetic, the PS5 HD camera should be a worthwhile purchase.
The best 3rd-party PS5 accessories
What really makes the Fosmon PS5 DualSense Charging Dock stand out among all the other docks hoping to find a home in your TV unit is the chunky connectors that clip on to your DualSense controller even while you're playing. Fosmon calls it their TYPE-C connector, and while it feels sturdier than some charging solutions, it's a slightly baffling decision. Why not just go with the slot-in style that Sony and every other manufacturer went for? The DualSense is such a carefully designed controller, and what it doesn't need is a strange plastic add-on strapped to its undercarriage.
However, if this wild choice thrills you, you'll find a dock that performs just as you'd want it to in every other way. It charged two pretty tired-out controllers at once in less than three hours, and there are LEDs to signal when you're all juiced up. The dock comes with a 1m short but serviceable USB-USB C cable and plugged happily into the back of the console.
The design is all white and rounded edges, a fitting complement to your space-age PS5, and a nice change of pace from the matte black that was all the rage for unofficial accessories with the last generation. It's no supermodel, but it won't ugly up your TV unit either.
The Fosmon Dual 2 PS5 DualSense Charging Station (or Fosmon Slim Dual Charging Station for PS5, as it's also known) is a sleek, chic-looking charger that matches perfectly with your PS5's aesthetic - and is an upgraded version of the above dock from the same maker. As someone who loves their peripherals to match with their consoles, having accessories match the look perfectly m is ideal. It looks great next to the PS5, and its small stature means it can easily fit in any TV unit.
The Fosmon Dual 2 PS5 DualSense Charging Station has two charging slots that you can plug a PS5 controller directly into - which is a lovely feature considering most of Fosmon's Xbox products require you to slot a new battery pack into the controller in order to charge it. The charging dock uses the PS5 DualSense's bottom EXT port in order to charge the controller. A USB-C port in the back of the charging station allows you to plug the dock directly into the back of the PS5.
When the controller rests in the dock, it seems to charge it rather fast (I was having an issue with the yellow charge light going on), but the DualSense doesn't sit firmly in the dock. It's very easy to knock it loose, and with the elevated dock this means you're in danger of your DualSense falling off the unit, which is a risk I'd rather not have.
However, for the price point, you can't go wrong. It did charge my controller and it looks great next to your PS5. If you're looking for a simple PS5 DualSense controller charging station, this is a great option for you.
Razer's first dedicated PS5 headset is this, the Razer Kraken X, and it's a cracker of a PS5 accessory, particularly if you're looking for a cost-effective, wired solution.
And it's the bang for buck value that makes this a great first headset to consider as a PS5 accessory. If you're looking to save cash on a headset to splash out on another accessory then you can't go wrong here: the sound quality provided by Razer's TriForce 50mm drivers within the headset is excellent and uncompromising - full bass, rich middles, and tight, exquisite highs. In addition to this, the mix and surround are pretty great too for this price point. The mic is solid but doesn't quite have the warmth and overall richness of more premium headsets.
Yes, the Kaira X for PlayStation is a wired headset and this is a big reason that this is a budget option, but it's a braided cord, has a strong right-angle connection, and is the ideal length for having enough slack but without being overly long. For the price, this is an excellent Razer PS5 accessory.
If you're looking for a wireless headset as your next PS5 accessory then the familiar-looking SteelSeries Arctis 7P+ is a prime contender. An updated version of the 7P, this headset is a premium and excellent option.
The updates and enhancements, don't mess too much with the actual sound but offer a better means to enjoy the already-excellent audio. This comes in the form of improved connectivity, a greater 30-hour battery life, and a quick-charge function on the battery too.
For a headset as a PS5 accessory, though, sound quality is king, and the 7P+ continues where the 7P left off and offers excellent performance. The sound is clear, distinct, detailed, rich, and well-rounded - the lack of the bass is a slight complaint but that's our only real complaint. To round out the experience, the excellent build of the Arctis series remains too: the exceptional design and build remain though: there's a chic design, the build makes the headset strong and solid while retaining great comfort, and the ski-goggle headband is still as great as ever, as are the retractable microphone and onboard controls.
Here's the rundown of all the upcoming PS5 games we know about so you can plan your library and playing schedule.