The newly published patent describes a device that helps you play mobile games with two halves of the controller placed on either side of the device. Looking at the design of the two controllers, it can be seen that their appearance is not much different from a stretched PS4 controller.
According to the patent content, the image of the handle design lacks “a part that can be tilted by the user in many directions, and can sense the direction of tilt”. It can be guessed that the handle will integrate gyroscope technology.
The patent comes at a time when Sony is focusing more resources on exploiting the fertile mobile game segment. In October, Sony appointed Nicola Sebastiani, the former chief content officer of Apple Arcade, to lead its mobile projects. They plan to bring their “most popular game series” to the mobile platform.
If the device in the patent becomes a real product, it will be a smartphone integrated device that allows players to enjoy PlayStation games anywhere, via Remote Play or through the cloud. .
Not long ago, PlayStation director Jum Ryan confirmed that Sony is “bringing iconic titles” of the company to the mobile platform.
“We’ve been thinking about how players enjoy our content, while seeing the successes in mobile gaming, alongside apps that give gamers more options,” said Jim Ryan. speak. “Mobile is just one of the areas we are exploring, to reach millions more gamers who are not using our platform.”