Google plans to move into the gaming space and has filed a new patent that describing what could be the controller for the company’s upcoming gaming service.
According to the patent's description and the accompanied drawings, it looks like the controller does not bring anything new in terms of external design, but it supports voice communication and possibly Google Assistant. It comes with standard two-thumb sticks, four buttons for the right thumb and a D-pad on the left side. There are also two shoulder buttons and two triggers as well.
Google is expected to showcase the retail version of Project Stream, the company's beta test for streaming game to any platform, at the upcoming GDC in about two weeks. The company is also rumored to release hardware for the new service.