Got a young video game lover in your family? Don’t want to spend $60 on a new controller?
The Japanese-based company Hori has the accessory for you with the new mini PS4 controller.
Built for younger gamers with smaller hands, the mini wired gamepad is 40% smaller than the flagship Sony DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller. It’s also a lot cheaper costing exactly half the price at a very affordable $30.
The mini controller is officially licensed by Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC, is plug and play with a 10ft cable, can be easily gripped and comes will all of the essential buttons and is compatible with most games.
Unlike its grown-up counterpart, it is missing a light bar, speaker, dual motors, motion sensor or stereo headphone jack, though.
With the holidays quickly approaching, a PlayStation 4 is sure to be on someone’s list so this controller will serve as the perfect add-on. Or if you already own one and understandably don’t trust the young one with the DualShock, the mini pad is also for you.
The PS4 mini wired gamepad launches in US and Canada this holiday season, for more info on the new controller head over to Sony.