PS5 Third-Party Faceplates Now Available For Pre-Order
Folks that aren’t particularly pleased with the PS5’s default color scheme have plenty to be excited for, as custom PS5 faceplates are now available for pre-order. Following the recent release of the PS5 teardown video, it was revealed that at the console’s faceplates can be removed, opening up a slew of potential cosmetic options for Sony’s next-gen console. Quickly jumping onto that prospect is the company aptly named The Plate Station, which has announced its new line of custom PS5 faceplates that are now available for pre-order.
The Plate Station is offering five differently colored custom faceplates for both the regular and digital version of the PS5. The colors are Limited Edition V1 Matte Black (shown above), Cherry Red, Chromatic, Indigo Blue, and Jungle Camo. The price for a set of two – one for the front and one for hte back – is $39.99, regardless of color or console type. Check ’em out below:
One thing to keep in mind is that this is a third-party company, so these are unofficial faceplates. That said, The Plate Station guarantees that their products will fit the PS5 with a full refund if it doesn’t. As a little bit of added trivia, the company’s original name was PlateStation 5, so the change over to The Plate Station was likely made in order to avoid legal repercussions.
Those looking to put in a pre-order can do so right here. The faceplates are expected to ship on or after November 12th.
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