According to a new report from Insider Gaming’s Tom Henderson, a new PlayStation Handheld device codenamed the Q Lite, is currently in development. The handheld will reportedly be yet another device that requires owners to also have the PlayStation 5, and will function as a Remote Play handheld for the console. Additionally, the device will need constant connection to the internet, and will stream up to 1080p at 60FPS. Lastly, the device will reportedly look like a DualSense controller with an 8-inch LCD screen, buttons, an audio input jack, and adaptive triggers. Its release date is still unknown but will reportedly release before the rumored PlayStation 5 Pro.
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The best games often make us feel as if we are being transported into amazing worlds filled with adventure, riveting action, and memorable moments. With PS5 features like high-fidelity 4K visuals, haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, 3D audio and lightning-fast loading, developers are creating game worlds that feel more immersive than ever. This new spot hints at the breadth of extraordinary experiences taking place in the PS5 universe through the style of a live news channel.
New PS5 games, accessories and platform features coming in 2023
We are humbled by the support for PS5 from our community and are passionate about growing the best lineup of PlayStation games we’ve ever delivered. Last week, players stepped into the world of Athia in Square Enix’s spellbinding new PS5 exclusive, Forspoken. With more anticipated games coming this year like Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Final Fantasy XVI, Hogwarts Legacy, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Resident Evil 4: Remake and Street Fighter 6, as well as upcoming expansions like Destiny 2: Lightfall and Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores, 2023 is shaping up to be an amazing year for PS5 players.
Beyond new games, we’re delighted to continue expanding the PS5 console experience with all-new accessories like the recently-released DualSense Edge wireless controller. On February 22, we will celebrate the beginning of a new VR gaming generation with the launch of PlayStation VR2, featuring more than 30 games in the launch window such as Horizon Call of the Mountain, Gran Turismo 7 and Resident Evil Village.*