Three Newly Licensed PS4 Controllers Announced, Three Very Different Designs
To keep up with the demand of gamers wanting to customise their setups, companies are coming up with new innovative and stylish ways to give the player what they want. In a PlayStation.Blog post, Sony announced that several newly licensed PS4 controllers would be coming out in the near futureThe first is the HORI Wired Mini Gamepad that shows off a compact design. The controller is built for smaller hands, including the touchpad and face buttons that are scaled to fit that need. This controller will be available in three different colors: red, blue, and black. It will be available for purchase on November 9th, 2017.
The second set of devices are the Nacon Wired Compact controllers. They feature a design that is similar to the DualShock 4, but with a simpler design and larger face buttons. This model type comes in red, grey, black, blue, and orange. Additionally, a similar design was completed by Nacon but with a translucent design. Fans will be able to see the inside of the controller but it will be illuminated by LED lights for extra color, specifically in blue, green, and red versions. Both designs will be available in November.
The final design comes from @Play and features the Wired Compact Controller. The design is reminiscent of a Xbox 360 controller, as can be seen in the design of the joystick and d-pad. This model will be released in December and available in red, white, blue, and dark grey.
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