The controller for Nintendo's new console, currently codenamed Project Café, gets more and more feature-packed with every rumour. The original rumours revolved around a 6" touch screen, but now a source close to industry magazine Develop has apparently revealed a new feature: a camera.
"A person close to the matter" told Develop the controller carries a front-facing camera that can be used for "in-game images", which could point towards 3DS-style augmented reality gameplay features.
The source also confirmed to Develop that the controller contains a touch screen and standard button layout.
We'll find out once and for all what the controller really does contain when our man Corbie goes hands-on with it in E3 on 7th June.