The diagrams for the Google controller (which Thurrott noticed yesterday) aren't particularly special or surprising: they show the kind of wireless, two-handed, dual-thumbstick design with the standard array of face buttons, D-pad, and triggers we've become accustomed to over the last few console generations.
The company could release a low-priced set-top box similar to an Ouya that plugs into TVs and plays mobile games, select AA titles, and acts as a main conduit for the Project Stream cloud streaming subscription.
A talented industrial designer has come up with some renders of the Google game controller to give people a better idea of what could eventually be in a gamer's hand when utilizing Google's rumored game service.
It is not yet fully known whether Yeti will be a streaming service only, based on its successful Project Stream tests at the end of previous year, or if Google will also release a dedicated console unit.
Google's controller will feature a dedicated microphone button in addition to a Google home button, indicating potential interaction with the company's voice assistant. The game controller itself has a built-in notification system that can notify a player of various game-related responses (i.e. chat notification, leaderboard changes, etc.).
These renders were made to match a US Patent and Trademark office submission by Google for a "Game Controller".
Taking it a step further, it looks like the controller will be compatible with a number of devices from TVs, to smartphones, to tablets.
We know it's coming and now we have a little bit more insight into how Google plans to move into the gaming space.
Ban Ki-moon, Tony Blair grace Akash-Shloka's grand wedding
Nita Ambani took the centre stage and danced to the Bhajan of Lord Krishna at the wedding celebrations of her son Akash. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon during the wedding of his son Akash Ambani in Mumbai , India, Saturday, March 9, 2019.