Good planning news Xbox Electric Volt Wireless Controller available from the Microsoft Store
Since the release of the Xbox Series X, Microsoft has been offering a variation of its new controller in a variety of colors, which will be expanded further. Today the Electric Volt model is added to the others! It is now available from the Microsoft Store.
This message is more aimed at those who already own an Xbox Series X or S and want to equip themselves with a new next-gen controller! The new model offers considerable improvements in many points, which we will describe in detail. Still, we think Microsoft seems to like flashy colors!
Available in the Microsoft Store
After this Press Network, the Shock blue, here is the electric volt! This matte controller doesn’t bring any technical innovation, but it does allow you to expand the color palette of Xbox controllers. Collectors can already rush to the Microsoft Store to get one to pre-order.
Xbox Series Eletric Volt Controller available in store
Pulse red, shock blue and now Electric Volt!
A new console is of course accompanied by a new controller! The Xbox Series X and S are no exception to the rule. The new controller has been modernized by Microsoft with a structured surface and refined geometry to increase comfort in the game.
The first size suffix is on the front of the controller with this share button. You can share your best moments right away by pressing the button! A first for Xbox. The Xbox Accessories app enables key mapping
Inspired by the previous generation Elite controller, Microsoft added a multidirectional cross to improve accuracy, but still no palettes, which will certainly be reserved for a future hypothetical elite Xbox series controller. Still she rehearses a non-slip surface for a better grip. In short, Microsoft has kept all the features of the old version while also fixing the few shortcomings. A real success that will delight fans of the brand.
Note that the controller is compatible with all Xbox and PC devices.
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By jameson30, Journalist igamesnews.com