PC gaming giant Logitech and Tencent Games are working together on a new cloud gaming device, and now alleged images of the handheld machine have been leaked for the first time.
Images posted on social media, some of which have been removed due to copyright claims, show a white handheld device that resembles a Nintendo Switch, both in form factor and user interface.
The leaked images show apps for YouTube and Chrome, as well as Xbox, Nvidia and Steam. Logitech has already officially said that its new device will support “multiple cloud gaming services,” including Xbox Cloud Gaming and Nvidia GeForce Now, among others.
The images also appear to show two offset analog sticks, as well as a D-pad and Y, B, A, and X buttons. We can also see triggers and bumpers. We can’t say exactly how big the device is, though one image shows the device in a person’s hand and it looks similar in size to the Switch.
Logitech’s Ujesh Desai said, “As someone who grew up playing video games, the idea of being able to stream and play AAA games almost anywhere is super exciting, and we can’t wait to show everyone what we’ve been working on.”
Following the Switch’s debut in 2017, Valve released its own handheld gaming device, the Steam Deck, earlier this year.
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