Hot on the heels of a screen-sliding PSP refresh
, comes word that Sony are planning a Wiimote-style motion-sensing controller for the PS3. Tipped for announcement at E3 next month, the controller is expected to use LEDs and a webcam to track movement, with reportedly greater accuracy than Nintendo's version.
While there's unsurprisingly no word from Sony themselves regarding the new controller, the rumor-mill maintains
that the company is contacting "key third-party publishers" and pushing for support in their upcoming titles. That would give the company the catalog of compatible games needed to properly launch the new peripheral.