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Post by Dan @ 10:18am 02/07/12 | 5 Comments
The official PlayStation Blog has posted a video feature showcasing their next planned add-on accessory for the PlayStation Move motion controller, the PlayStation Move Racing Wheel. Sony R&D tech Anton Mikhailov describes in-depth and demonstrates the new device in the clip, explaining how it will function for car racing games and flight games, as well as special twist-throttle functionality for motorcycle games.
Paired with the precise tracking of PS Move, the all new "Racing Wheel" is a completely functional unit that offers second to none mechanics to control all aspects of your favorite racing games. From the motorcycle twist throttle to the folding grip design, Anton shows us how this new peripheral transforms your PS Move motion controller into the ultimate racing experience.
The PlayStation Move Racing Wheel is due to launch in Spring 2012 (US Fall) and the blog promises that it will support the upcoming Little Big Planet Karting, as well as a bunch of existing PS3 games including Gran Turismo 5, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Burnout Paradise, and MotorStorm Apocalypse as a US$39.99 price-point (no local pricing yet, but expect it to be higher).

Watch the video below.




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Deviouz
Posted 04:47pm 02/7/12
ho hum
WirlWind
Posted 08:43pm 02/7/12
Still wouldn't ever bother using it...
IVY_MiKe
Posted 10:12am 03/7/12
This is starting to reek(sp?) of 'over-engineered' which seems synonymous with all things PS3.
I don't know how "successful" this is likely to be (or the 360's Kinect wheel was either for that matter).
If it has any of the bells or whistles that the PS3 Sharpshooter has, education is what it's advertising campaign will need to be.
`ViPER`
Posted 10:28am 03/7/12
so its a Wii wheel ?
implode
Posted 07:00pm 03/7/12
Yawn... How about a PS4?
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