From The Verge: Sony officially confirmed its new PlayStation handheld last night and now a fresh rumor claims the 8-inch device will arrive in November. The claim comes from Tom Henderson, the same reporter that originally detailed Sony’s Project Q handheld last month.
“Currently scheduled to release mid-late November 2023,” said Henderson in a tweet this morning. Sony hasn’t announced pricing or an exact release late just yet, only revealing that the PlayStation handheld will launch “later this year.”
Sony’s PlayStation handheld, known only as Project Q right now, will allow PS5 owners to stream games to an 8-inch LCD screen that includes controllers on either side that are very similar to the DualSense PS5 controller. Games won’t run natively on the device, meaning you’ll need to have them installed on a PS5 and have good Wi-Fi connectivity to stream them.
Sony hasn’t mentioned whether you’ll be able to use its PlayStation handheld outside of your home, but presumably you’ll be able to use Sony’s Remote Play technology to access your PS5 games on the go.
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