Sony’s PS5 Streaming Project Q Handheld will launch this year

Project Q is real and it’s coming. Sony confirmed this during the PlayStation Showcase event. Jim Ryan, the president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment revealed the existence of the upcoming handheld. In addition, Sony’s PS5 streaming project Q handheld will launch this year.

Sony’s PS5 Streaming Project Q Handheld will launch this year

It has an 8-inch HD screen and all the buttons and functions of the DualSense wireless controller. It’s a break from more traditional gaming handhelds, to say the least. It even shares more design features with the recently announced Backbone One PlayStation Edition smartphone controller. You could even easily classify Project Q as a PS5 accessory/peripheral.

The device is the latest in a long line of cloud gaming systems. The screen has a resolution of 1080p, with 60 fps display, streamed directly from the user’s PlayStation 5. The controller, meanwhile, offers all the features of DualSense, including haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.

β€œIt also highlights the massive popularity and power of the PS5 as the global development community gathers to push its advanced capabilities to the limit,” Ryan said after the event. We are investing heavily in the future with innovative best-in-class hardware such as PlayStation VR2 and the recently unveiled Project Q, and our expansion into PC, mobile and Live Service gaming is transforming how and where our content can be enjoyed.”

Sony has not yet released information about the price and the official name. We will get more details in the coming days.

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Amir Hussain

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