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PS4's official universal remote is heading to Europe

Developer PDP is aiming for a Q4 launch.

The PS4 is getting its first official universal remote.

As spotted on Amazon and GameStop, peripheral developer PDP's universal remote is the first of its kind officially licensed by Sony. Priced at $29.99, it's slated for an autumn release in North America.

When asked about a European release, a representative from PDP told Eurpgamer, "Currently this product is for the N.American market only. We are in the process of getting this product made available for Europe. We hope to be able to for Q4 this year but [it's] still to be confirmed."

The universal remote will offer complete control over all of the PS4's media playback functions via Bluetooth and it will control up to four devices.

It even has a PS4 Home button, should you wish to switch between apps without turning on your DualShock 4. It will however require two AAA batteries.

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