The Collection 2.
On the Xbox E3 convention Sunday, Microsoft pulled again the curtains on an replace to the Elite Controller: Collection 2. An much more Elite controller with a slew of changes to bumpers, grips and thumbsticks.
The quick trailer confirmed off, in round 90 seconds, all the brand new options of the controller. Briefly:
Adjustable rigidity thumbsticksHigher precision controlNew set off grip and redesigned bumpersWrap-around rubberized gripBluetooth connectivityThree profilesInternal rechargeable battery and dock with 40 hours per cost.
You’ll be able to watch the announcement under.
The controller will work on each Xbox One and PC. Will it work with the following Xbox console, Xbox Scarlett? We aren’t positive about that but and no date was given for launch, however you possibly can already pre-order at xbox.com
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