Xbox is HUNGRY to Rip-Off Nintendo Switch? New Handheld Found!

Xbox is HUNGRY to Rip-Off Nintendo Switch? New Handheld Found!

Everyone wants their own console hybrid now it seems but the one that Xbox is working on certainly seems interesting. Lets dig into this cellphone joy-con combo and see if Microsoft might have something cool here or another dumpster fire!

Source: https://www.t3.com/news/nintendo-switch-move-over-microsofts-handheld-xbox-plans-revealed

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f you’re an Xbox gamer who’s been hoping for an alternative handheld gaming experience to the Nintendo Switch, you might be in luck. That’s if a patent application filed by Microsoft on 9 July 2019 turns from sketches into a physical device.

According to the patent application, the Xbox handheld attaches to, and charges, an existing touchscreen device, like a smartphone. The joypads are clipped to the phone case in a bid to offer more immersive, console-like gaming. It’s unclear whether the console would play mobile games, or streaming console-quality titles from Xbox Live.

Sarang Sheth, editor of Yanko Design and one of our favourite concept designers, has created a series of slick renders based on those patent applications. He’s given the device the name Xbox Cloud.

The renders show a controller in two halves, which clip to either side of a smartphone, turning it into a handheld gaming console, featuring all the buttons you’d find on original Xbox controllers including the left and right triggers on the top.

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