No PS4 yet, but DualShock 4 now available for $60

Game retailers are now starting to sell the DualShock 4, even though the PlayStation 4 it's designed for is still weeks away.

DualShock 4 controller. Sony

Sony's PlayStation 4 may still be weeks away, but eager gamers can try out the DualShock 4 right now, if they'd like.

Amazon, GameStop, and other retailers have started selling the DualShock 4 controller for $60. Both Amazon and GameStop currently list the controller for Sony's PlayStation 4 as in stock. GameStop also has stock available in its retail locations.

Sony's DualShock 4 controller comes with a familiar design for PlayStation gamers, featuring dual analog sticks, the PS button, and the standard action buttons. Sony says that it has improved the controller's sensitivity. The device also comes with a built-in speaker and stereo headset jack.

Sony's PlayStation 4 launches November 15 in the US.

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