About a year after the previous models, Gamevice has announced an interesting update of its GameSir controller lineup for mobile devices, presenting solutions suitable for playing both through Apple’s home terminals – therefore iPhone and iPad – and those based on the Android operating system.
The new models in question are 3, but they all follow the same philosophy underlying the previous ones, that is to propose a controller that is divided into two units that hook onto the shorter sides of the device with which they are compatible, presenting all the commands necessary to play. to Apple Arcade titles or to those of various streaming services such as Xbox Cloud Gaming, Stadia, Luna and most of the games on the market that support an external pad.
As we have anticipated, there are three different versions of the new GameSir controller, distinguished according to the category of device for which they are designed. We therefore find the one compatible with all iPhones via Lightning connector, flanked by a variant equipped with the same connector but which is distinguished by a form factor designed for use on the basic iPad, so the latest iPad Pro, iPad mini and iPad Air are excluded. , all equipped with the USB-C port.
The third model is dedicated to Android smartphones and is distinguished by the presence of a USB-C port. Impossible to make an exhaustive list of devices with which it is compatible, but the recent Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is also fully supported. Please note, this USB-C controller is not compatible with Apple devices anyway.
Coinciding with the arrival of the updated controllers Gamevice debuts the updated version of the Gamevice Live app with a revamped app launcher. The purchase of Gamevice controllers also allows you to take advantage of free monthly subscriptions to major gaming platforms such as Xbox, Apple Arcade, Stadia, just to name a few. There is nothing left to do but play.
THE prices (currently confirmed for the US market) are equal to 79.99 dollars for the model compatible with iPhone, 99.99 for the one designed for iPad and 59.95 for the Android variant.