NACON ANNOUNCES  THE ASYMMETRIC WIRELESS CONTROLLER FOR PS4™

NACON ANNOUNCES THE ASYMMETRIC WIRELESS CONTROLLER FOR PS4™

27 February

    A new officially licensed wireless controller for PlayStation®4 is expected in early 2019 under the NACON brand

     

    NACON, is pleased to announce a new licensing agreement with Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe (SIEE) for the up-coming release of a wireless controller for PlayStation®4 (PS4™) under the NACON™ brand. Expected to be released in early 2019, the Asymmetric Wireless Controller will offer an asymmetric layout for the sticks and complementary ergonomics, which provide gamers with an alternative way to play on PS4™.

     

    The NACON Asymmetric Wireless Controller is equipped with a rechargeable battery and USB receiver, required to provide a Bluetooth® connection, with uninterrupted transmission up to 7 meters from the console, even during local multiplayer sessions. The Wireless Controller’s Bluetooth® connection via the USB receiver also allows for audio and chat functionalities through the headset jack.

     

    In addition to the essential functionalities of a PS4™ controller*, including a fully functional touch pad and all game controls*, the Asymmetric Wireless Controller integrates a battery level indication button. Located at the back of the controller, the battery level indication button allows players to quickly check if the battery level is sufficient, without having to interrupt gameplay.  With features and ergonomics designed to meet players’ unique needs, the NACON Wireless Controller and its asymmetric sticks offer an alternative way to play on PS4™. Players can also enjoy the controller on PC**.

     

    The NACON Asymmetric Wireless Controller, officially licensed by Sony Interactive Entertainment for PS4, will be available in the first quarter of 2019 across Europe.

     

    *Light bar, motion sensor and speaker not included or available.
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    PC compatibility not tested nor endorsed by Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe.