The Razer Wolverine Ultimate controller is created to provide $160 worth of precision and comfort while playing Xbox One or PC games. The Razer Wolverine Ultimate works with interchangeable D-pads, interchangeable thumbsticks, and 6 remappable triggers and buttons. This device is one of a collection of Xbox peripherals made by Razer on the market today, this set also including the Razer Thresher Ultimate wireless gaming headset and the Razer Atrox fight stick - another wacky controller made to push the boundaries of what input's possible on the console. Unlike the Elite Controller, this Wolverine Ultimate was made to be played wired. Weighing in at just over half a pound, the controller should have a solid feel without being too heavy for prolonged use.
There's a Hair-Trigger Mode with Trigger-Stop for rapid fire. A detachable 10-foot Micro-USB braided cable with quick release is included for charging the controller. An integrated RGB lighting strip introduces Razer Chroma to Xbox gamers for the first time, allowing them to choose from an arguably excessive 16.8 million colours in various throbbing or swirling pattern.
During a recent visit to the Geek.com NY office, Razer actually let us briefly try out the Wolverine Ultimate. Too bad Wolverine (the X-Men hero, not the controller) probably won't be in Disney's Marvel vs Capcom Infinite because how ideal would it be to main Wolverine using the Wolverine?
Razer is going to release its Wolverine Ultimate Xbox controller next month with global availability slated for the fourth quarter of this year.
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