Xbox Series X ‘Wolverine V2’ Controller Revealed By Razer
As one would expect from the recent release of both the Xbox Series X and the PS5, companies have started coming out of the woodwork offering up their own gaming peripherals to be used on the latest consoles. High-end peripheral company Razer naturally wants a slice of that particular pie, with the newly revealed Razer Wolverine V2 Xbox Series X gaming controller that appears to be more than worthy of your hard-earned cash.
Announced via the official Razer Twitter, the Razer Wolverine V2 represents the company’s next-gen efforts to create a wired gaming controller “built with a superior ergonomic form factor, advanced customizability, and Mecha-tactile buttons” for Xbox Series X/S. Predicting at least a few of our readers’ next question, no, it doesn’t come with RGB lighting.
Reforged for absolute precision and control. Meet the new Razer Wolverine V2—our next-gen wired gaming controller built with a superior ergonomic form factor, advanced customizability, and Mecha-tactile buttons for the new Xbox Series X|S consoles. https://t.co/hsM6kFdTAB pic.twitter.com/sKJz3NVSBi
— R Λ Z Ξ R (@Razer) November 19, 2020
Given that the Wolverine V2 was designed for a Microsoft console, the controller is also compatible with both the Xbox One and PCs running Windows 10. Those looking to dive into controller customization options will be able to do so via the Razer Controller Setup app, which is also fully compatible on the aforementioned platforms. The new controller is now available for purchase for $99.99, and is expected to ship within 3 business days of ordering.
Those looking to check out the Razer Wolverine V2 for themselves can do so right here.
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