This piece of equipment is going to change the gaming world for the better
Launching in 2018.
How many of you have an Xbox? How many of you have a PlayStation? How many of you are lucky enough to have both consoles?
Some of you may have two controllers for each, some even might have four you know, just in case the boys come over for a massive FIFA tournament.
Before you know it, your room is wall to wall with controllers.
Trying to find the Xbox controller (which has definitely been lost down the side of the couch) and instead, all you can see is the PlayStation one.
Imagine if you had a controller that worked like a universal remote but for all your game consoles.
Named All-Controller, this device works on a load of devices including PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC, Mac, iOS, and Android.
Work on Switch and Wii U is also in production.
They launched a Kickstarter campaign in May to help fund production of the console and they have already smashed their funding goal.
Andrew Webster of The Verge reviewed the article and here's what he had to say:
"I’ve had my hands on a prototype of the All Controller for the last few days, and it’s a surprisingly robust gamepad, especially considering it’s not the final product.
"For one thing, it’s very solid. Third-party controllers generally feel cheap and, in almost every instance, are a step-down from what comes packed with the console.
"The All Controller doesn’t feel like that all. It’s like a cross between a Dual Shock and Xbox One pad, marrying the design and functionality of the two in a sturdy frame."
All-Controller is priced at €80 and for more information on this new gaming technology, you can visit the controller's website.
— Misiones Secundarias (@M_Secundarias) August 4, 2017