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Players will be able to use the DualShock 4 on the new console with supported PS4 games. However, PS5 titles will require the system’s new DualSense controller in order to be played as games will utilise the peripheral’s unique features.
The Official Platinum and Gold Wireless Headsets will be compatible with the PS5, as well as any other third-party headsets that are connected via USB or an audio-jack. The company also noted that the headset companion app will not be compatible with the PS5.
Both the PlayStation Move controllers and the VR Aim controller will also work on the upcoming system with supported VR titles. The PlayStation Camera which is used for VR can also be carried over to the PS5, although a special adapter will be needed. Sony has stated this will have no additional cost and more details are to come at a later date.
Officially licensed racing wheels, arcade sticks, and flight sticks will be work with PS5 and PS4 titles that are supported for the accessories.
Sony ended the short FAQ with a disclaimer that reads: “Please note, not all PlayStation officially licensed or third-party peripherals/accessories may work on PS5. We recommend checking with the manufacturer to confirm whether a product will work on PS5 and specific titles”.
Sony is also set to host a new State Of Play event later this week, which will focus on third-party games. However, the company has also noted that no major details about the PS5 will be announced.