Having introduced the Kaira and Kaira Pro gaming headsets for Xbox Series X | S earlier this month, Razer announced a new wired controller for Microsoft’s new game consoles. Called “Razer Wolverine V2,” it’s the latest addition to the company’s gaming accessories portfolio and offers similar functionality to Microsoft’s Elite controller, but at a lower price. Like the aforementioned headsets, this new controller will also serve with Xbox One and Windows PCs, this company said in a statement.
Razer Wolverine V2 Features and Specifications
The Wolverine V2 comes with ergonomic L-shaped contoured rubber grips for a slip-resistant design and natural hold. It also comes with Mecha-Tactile and D-Pad Mecha-Tactile action buttons which the company claims will deliver “hyper-reactive performance with a cushioned touch.” The company also says that each button comes with a “3 million press life cycle” for durability and a reduced actuation distance of 0.65mm for faster action.
The Wolverine V2 comes with several additional buttons, including 2 multi-function buttons on the front of the controller that can be reassigned via the Razer Xbox Controller settings, allowing gamers to have more control and a more playful style. personalized. It also has a 3.5mm jack that can be used to connect headphones. Please note that the D-Pad and thumbsticks are not interchangeable, unlike the Microsoft Xbox Elite controller.
Razer Wolverine V2 price and availability
The Razer Wolverine V2 is priced at $ 99.99 (~ Rs. 7,400) in the US and is available for purchase in a black color option on the Razer website. The company has yet to announce plans for its global launch, so it’s not immediately clear when (or if) it will hit Indian shores.