Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 Arrives On November 4th
Aadhya Khatri - Jun 10, 2019
Microsoft has launched the next generation of the Xbox Elite controller at E3 2019. The new version is called Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2
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Microsoft has launched the next generation of the Xbox Elite controller at E3 2019. The new version is called Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2. According to the company, this new one has a whole new design in comparison with its predecessor. Users can use a tool to adjust the tension thumbstick to increase precision.
The hair locks are now shorter so that users can fire faster, the bumpers are also redesigned, and the trigger grips are updated. Players have more customization with this Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 with the overhauled thumbsticks and paddles.
The battery can now sustain you for up to 40 hours. The controller also has Bluetooth and USB-C support. On the outside, the controller has a rubberized grip, which is another update too. In short, this year’s controller seems to have all the connectivity option users have asked for and lots of customization as well.
It has been a year since the next-generation Elite controller rumor first surfaced, and now it has finally been here. Back in August, Microsoft introduced a robot white color with no major update. Users interested in this new controller can pre-order it now. The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 will arrive on the 4th of November in 24 nations at the price of $179.99.
The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller was first announced at E3 2015. It was priced at $149 and featured four interchangeable paddles on the back, remappable buttons, swappable components, and Hair Trigger Locks. Ever since the launch, it has become a common choice for players of Xbox One as well as those who sometimes need a controller.
Before this year E3, lots of images had been spotted on Baidu, showing another version of Xbox Elite controller. Another poster said that it would feature a USB-C port and Bluetooth support, which turn out to be true, along with a three-profile switch and three-level Hair Trigger Locks.