MOGA has announced that the next generation of their cross-platform smartphone game controller will be shown at E3 next week.
The next generation will consist of two controllers, both with “MOGA Boost technology,” which will allow users to charge their smartphone from the controller and extend their game playing action.
The new controllers will also support multiplayer gaming on the same screen, improved ergonomics, improved Bluetooth radios, and seamless support for its growing library of more than 100 MOGA Enhanced and HID compatible games.
One controller will be smaller and more portable and now features clickable analog thumbsticks, shoulder buttons, a D-pad and an improved form factor.
The MOGA SDK for Windows Phone 8 is available to over 400 active MOGA developers.
See a video demo of the original MOGA in action after the break.