During the last PlayStation Showcase, Sony unveiled Project Q, new PlayStation hardware. There has been a lot of talk about this device on the internet in recent weeks and the rumors seem to have been confirmed by last night’s presentation, which took place with a brief introduction by Jim Ryan – CEO and president of Sony Interactive Entertainment – and a clip showing a preliminary version of the device.
PlayStation Project Q revealed –
What we know at the moment is quite little, to be honest. Sony has confirmed that Project Q is designed “to play games installed on your PS5 and streamed over WiFi”, and this means the device will only work for remote play from PlayStation 5 – and so with the console always on and on the same network as Project Q – and not for cloud gaming, like the newer Logitech G Cloud., which allows for network-independent streaming. It has been confirmed that Project Q will have an 8-inch HD screen and faithful reproductions of the DualSense on the sides, of which it will retain the same basic functions – we can therefore expect haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, as well as the flashy design. It should be noted that remote play is already available through a dedicated app for smartphones and tablets.
Output and price —
In the trailer, we saw God of War Ragnarok in action on Project Q, and we know that 1) the games must be installed on the PS5 console, 2) virtual reality games are excluded from the calculation. This is it for now, if it remains official. “Further details will come in the coming months,” they specify from Sony. Although the price remains shrouded in mystery – and on the other hand we have no comparisons available with similar devices on the market – the latest rumors speak of an exit that should already be planned for mid-late November 2023, coinciding with the new official wireless earbuds with lossless audio for PS5 and PC.
Source: Gazzetta It
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