The controllers start at a mere $200.
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Third-party peripheral designer, Scuf Gaming, has come out with the first ever third-party PlayStation 5 controllers. If, for some reason, you dislike the DualSense, you may be interested in the Scuf branded Reflex, Reflex Pro, and Reflex FPS controllers.

The bare minimum you will have to pay for any of these controllers is $199.99 (USD). That's the price of the Reflex. The Reflex Pro starts at $229.99 and the Reflex FPS starts at an eye-watering $259.99.

All three of these controllers include a removable set of back control paddles. These paddles can be reprogrammed or outright disabled with a small button on the back of the controller. You can also swap out the default thumb sticks in favor of longer ones, shorter, convex, or concave ones.

The Reflex and Reflex Pro both include Sony's adaptive trigger technology. The Reflex FPS actually removes this unique feature in favor of an instant trigger system, sort of like clicking a mouse button. The FPS version also apparently removes "vibration modules" entirely. Yes, you're paying a high premium for the removal of features, including ones that can typically just be turned off at a console level or per game.

These controllers will be available in various colors like white, gray, black, blue, red, and orange. However, at launch there will be only black.