Nintendo registers new patents for the Poké Ball Plus peripheral
Those who have expanded their number of patents have been Nintendo, which have registered five mobile devices similar to the Poké Ball Plus, as Japanese Nintendo reports.
The patents, accompanied by their respective design schemes, have been presented as “Video Game Controller”. All of them define the device as a series of components within a spherical controller that allows several operations when used as a control command. According to the registry, try to “improve the degree of freedom of a structure” that emits light. Be that as it may, so far Nintendo has not officially announced any new version of the Poké Ball Plus.
Although Pokémon Let’s GO Pikachu / Eeeve allowed the use of this peripheral (it was sold in pack with the game), the recently released deliveries, Pokémon Sword and Shield, are not compatible with the device. From the Kyoto company nothing has been announced about it. In any case, it should be remembered that the registration of a patent does not necessarily mean that the product will be marketed.