After several years, Sony is moving forward with the announcement of a new handheld device, called Project Q, which is intended to offer users the ability to play PS5 games over WiFi at home or via streaming from the Remote Play app from wherever they are.
The Project Q features an 8'' LCD FHD 60Hz display that is essentially housed inside a DualSense controller, as it has all the sticks and buttons (including triggers) of the company's flagship remote, with the exception of the touchpad of course.
The company clarifies that you'll only be able to stream PS5 games that are already installed on the PS5 you own, and PSVR2 games will not be supported. This means that Project Q won't allow games to be installed directly on it, nor will it support any cloud gaming service, although there's a possibility that this could change by the time it hits the market.
Meanwhile, the company also announced the PlayStation Earbuds, a new pair of wireless headphones that will incorporate a new wireless technology Sony is developing to deliver lossless audio with very low latency via Bluetooth. The PlayStation Earbuds will be able to connect to PCs, PS5s and smartphones.
So far, no pricing has been announced and the release of the two new devices is scheduled for late 2023.
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