You’d be forgiven for having not heard of the All Controller by Digital Depth – we only heard about the bloody thing a few hours ago ourselves! So what is the All Controller? Like the name suggests, it’s a controller for everything (almost).
According to the makers of this fancy controller, the All Controller is compatible with just about every modern device that you could wish to use a controller with. So that’s your PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Windows PC, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, and there’s even planned support for the Nintendo Switch.
The really unique part of the All Controller (aside from being compatible with everything except the fridge) is the little screen that’s plonked in the middle of the gamepad. It’s here that you’ll be able to tinker with settings, choose which device you want to pair it with, and even turn it into a tiny keyboard for when you need to reply to haters online. Sweet.
While the All Controller is compatible with PS4, we’re still not sure how well the thing works. For one, there’s no touchpad, a standard feature on the PS4’s DualShock 4. Still, we’ll reserve our judgement until we’ve seen a little more of the device.
There’s no release date as of yet for the All Controller, but we’ll keep you updated as and when we learn more.
Is this something you’d be interested it? Would you find a controller that you can switch from one console to the other on the fly a useful addition? Give us a shout down beyond in the comments.