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The Backbone One PlayStation Edition finally comes to Android


Android users can finally get their hands on the PlayStation-branded Backbone One mobile gaming controller. After launching it as an iOS exclusive last year, Backbone announced an Android-compatible version on Tuesday available now for $99.  

The Backbone One – PlayStation Edition essentially turns your phone into an impromptu Nintendo Switch. In terms of function, it’s not all that different from the Razer Kishi V2 or the standard Backbone One controller. Just plug your phone in via the charging port, and you can access your PS5 and PS4 games from the PS Remote Play app: no DualShock 4 or DualSense controller required. All you need is an internet connection and a PS5 or PS4 console. The fact that it looks and feels so much like a standard console controller makes it a terrific accessory for cloud gaming

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