Alleged images and video of Sony’s recently announced “Project Q” handheld system have leaked online.
Twitter user Zuby_Tech uploaded the images over the weekend, along with a 28-second video showing how the system works.
The images and videos also give us a closer look at its 8-inch screen, the triggers on the sides of the device, and evidence we believe it’s running on Android software.
PlayStation Project Q leaked: #PlayStation #ProjectQ https://t.co/gyFrsW7xkN pic.twitter.com/0R0yQIdr0IJuly 22, 2023
Yes, we tried loading the QR code that is clearly displayed on the device screen in the image, but right now, it just points to a dead page. sorry.
For now, there’s still no release date beyond 2023, nor a specific price point, but for fans looking to get their hands on the Project Q handheld system as soon as possible, seeing the device for the first time should be good news.
this Sony PS5 Project Q handheld unveiled at the end of May During the PlayStation Showcase. It’s a handheld cloud gaming system that utilizes the console’s remote gaming capabilities to stream games instead of playing them locally.It’s essentially an upgraded way to stream PS plus Move your library to a dedicated machine instead of just relying on your smartphone.
“We’ll know more in the coming months, but as it stands, Project Q is a bit of a soggy squib in an already lukewarm PlayStation showcase,” Reese wrote in their feature, Sony’s Project Q is a handheld, but not as portable.
“I’d love to be surprised when this device launches, but will it be a triumphant return to Sony’s handheld output? Probably not.”