04 June 1402 at 12:44
Last night, Sony unveiled a new gamepad called Project Q, which is a combination of an 8-inch screen and DualSense PlayStation 5 controllers.
It’s been a long time since the release of Sony’s latest handheld console, the PlayStation Vita. However, this Japanese company has decided to launch a new handheld console.
In its event last night, this company unveiled a new handheld console that may be launched by the end of this year. This console is a combination of a large screen and dual-sense PlayStation 5 handles in terms of appearance.
Sony has named this new device Project Q.
What is the purpose of Project Q unveiling by Sony?
This Sony handheld console is able to stream and play all PlayStation games via Wi-Fi. This device uses an 8-inch HD screen and according to Jim Ryan, CEO of Sony Entertainment, it will provide users with all the features of Dual Sense PlayStation 5.
In today’s world, handheld consoles related to streaming are a trend, and other devices such as Logitech’s G Cloud or Razer Edge have achieved great success and popularity based on this ability.
Sony has not yet detailed the Project Q performance system; However, naturally, we should expect to stream PlayStation 5 content and experience the games of this console in this way.
On the other hand, the presence of Backbone One cannot be ignored. These categories started working with the official cooperation of PlayStation some time ago and have been launched on the market with the aim of playing PlayStation 5 games on Android devices.
Nevertheless, Sony’s new handheld console is an interesting product. A large screen along with the outstanding features of the DualSense handles can provide a new and attractive experience of PlayStation 5 console games and make handheld consoles popular once again.
Of course, there is still no information about the price, the time of release to the market and such things. So we have to wait and see what the Japanese decision will be for their new console.