It has been a long time coming but Sony has today announced that they have started making available PlayStation Move motion controllers fitted with Micro USB connections rather than the older Mini USB connections on previous versions.
To make sure you get the updated set of PlayStation Motion Controllers look out for the official reference CECH-ZCM 2 J which is the first revision to the hardware since it launched nearly 7 years ago back in 2010.
The new Move controllers are not supported by the older PlayStation 3, but are equipped with larger batteries offering 1900mAh in the longer charge rather than the originals which were equipped with smaller 1350 mAh rechargeable batteries.
Enhance your PlayStation VR experience with up to two PlayStation Move motion controllers, in compatible games. With its lightweight design, advanced motion sensors and tracking sphere, the PlayStation Move motion controller lets you effortlessly interact with your virtual environment, with incredible accuracy.
- Ergonomic, intuitive design thanks to a lightweight design, built-in vibration function and sphere that’s tracked by the PlayStationCamera as you move, the controller acts and feels like an extension of your own hand, allowing you to intuitively interact with a game’s virtual environment.
- Take total control On top of its motion-sensing capabilities, the controller features easy-touse button controls – including a large, dedicated trigger and the familiar DUALSHOCK4 PS and action buttons.
- Wide variety of compatible PlayStationVR games Combine PlayStationVR with the motion controller for truly unique experiences – once you slip on the headset, motion controllers in your hands can become anything, from guns and pool cues to your own virtual hands.
Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet by Sony, but as soon as information comes to light, we will keep you updated as always.