The PlaySta­tion 5’s first new DualSense con­troller col­ors have offi­cial­ly been announced. The new col­ors are Mid­night Black and Cos­mic Red. They are both going on sale in June.

Accord­ing to a PlaySta­tion Blog post, “Mid­night Black fea­tures two sub­tly dif­fer­ent shades of black with light grey detail­ing to reflect how we view space through the night sky, and Cos­mic Red offers a strik­ing black and red design inspired by the unique vivid shades of red found through­out the cosmos.”

These new DualSense con­trollers will be avail­able at retail­ers around the world, start­ing in June; although exact release dates will vary based on region. The stan­dard DualSense con­troller sells for $70, but the new Cos­mic Red will be sold for $75. How­ev­er, Mid­night Black will be avail­able for $70 like the orig­i­nal. They are avail­able to pre­order right now through the PlaySta­tion Store.

Our goal is to always find designs that will sur­prise and entice our fans, and these new col­ors are the result of an exten­sive selec­tion process. We want­ed the new con­troller col­ors to com­ple­ment each oth­er, as well as the orig­i­nal DualSense wire­less con­troller and PS5 con­sole, so we designed the col­ors around the theme of ‘galaxy’ as it felt like a nat­ur­al pro­gres­sion from the orig­i­nal PS5 and acces­sories designs,” PlaySta­tion’s Leo Car­doso said.

Satoshi Aoy­a­gi, anoth­er design­er, point­ed out how the con­troller’s but­ton col­ors and details bal­ance well the new con­troller colors.

Both Mid­night Black and Cos­mic Red fea­ture a sub­tle blue hue, that pro­duces unique shades of red and black. A blue hue is also present in the orig­i­nal DualSense wire­less con­troller col­ors, so all three col­ors com­ple­ment each oth­er nice­ly,” Aoy­a­gi said. “The con­troller’s but­ton col­ors and detail­ing has been tai­lored to com­ple­ment the new col­ors as well. We hope these new addi­tions will bring fur­ther joy and excite­ment to our fans’ gam­ing experience.”

The PS5’s DualSense is among the best-sell­ing acces­sories in the Unit­ed States, and these new col­ors will like­ly boost its num­bers even further.

As far as the PS5 is doing, it has sold 7.8 mil­lion units, which is ahead of where the PS4 was at its life­cy­cle dur­ing the same time frame. Sony also recent­ly stat­ed that it has 25 new games cur­rent­ly in devel­op­ment for the PS5.