Google Chrome Adds Support for Nintendo Switch Controllers Before GDC

Here’s an interesting report. Apparently, Google is adding Nintendo Switch controller support to Chrome a few days before their big show at this year’s Game Developer Conference. This means that one could use a Pro controller or a Joy-Con with Google Chrome. The report says that it will support USB and Bluetooth connections. There’s no word on what exactly this controller support is for, but I’m sure we’ll find out during GDC, most likely during their keynote on March 19 when Google is expected to unveil their own gaming console and more details on Project Stream. What do you think this controller support is for?

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