Recently a mysterious new certificate has been added to the database of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), which refers to a Sony Interactive Entertainment wireless controller. It is interesting to note that the product code is GJC-ZWA1U, since all the codes that start with “GJC” are related to the PlayStation 4 and its accessories. Therefore, despite having little information on the certificate shown, the code indicates the wireless adapter for Sony console.

DualShock 4 Controller Certificate suggests arrival on the PC platform

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It could be Bluetooth adapter for DualShock 4. Both consoles from Microsoft camp, the Xbox 360 and Xbox One has already offered support of their controllers for use on the PC platform. So it will attractive idea to launch adapter of the DualShock 4 controller for PC. Earlier this year, Sony executive Masayasu Ito, hinted that the company was studying the possibility that a PC would support PlayStation.

“The possibility exists since the PlayStation 4 shares many of its parts with the PC,”

“At the moment, we’re concentrating on games so I have nothing to announce at this point, but we’re looking to expand in a variety of areas.”

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