Sony is joining the PC Master Race… kind of. After announcing earlier this year that remote play will be possible on PCs and Macs all over the world, they’re now announcing that they have another surprise in store for PlayStation 4 fans. The PlayStation Adaptor is that surprise, a cute little new device that will allow full Dualshock 4 compatibility with your PC or Mac.

The upcoming gadget is expected to sell for around $25 when it hits stores next month and it’s basically a small dongle that connects to any computer via a USB port and brings access to all the great Dualshock 4 features and functionality including buttons, analogue sticks, touch pad, light bar, motion sensors, vibration, and stereo headset jack.

The Dualshock 4 wireless controller and the newly announced PlayStation Adaptor are also compatible with the PlayStation Now subscription service on Windows PC.

So, if you wanted your Dualshock controller to work on your PC or Mac, this will soon become reality and the price is not big either. Combine that with the remote play possibilities and you’ll soon be able to say that you’re a PlayStation fan who’s playing on a computer. Who thought that would be possible?

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