IGN is pleased to announce that we’re about to learn that the PS Vita, the PlayStation 4’s successor to the PlayStation 3, will indeed support a Kinect.
According to a recent leak, the PS Vita will support motion-tracking technology and that it will also feature a DualShock 4 controller that can be used for touch-based input, which we suspect will be something like the DualShock 3 or the Dualshock 4 Pro.
It’s unclear whether or not the PlayStation Vita also supports an IR blaster like the Kinect.
Sony’s PS Vita will ship in Japan on November 25, but it’s expected to be available in the US on November 29, November 30, and December 5, respectively.
If you’re interested in picking up one of the PSVita’s more expensive accessories, including a wireless controller, an IR-blaster, and a Blu-ray drive, you can pre-order it on Amazon.