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Xbox has announced the Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core in white, a new, cheaper version of the Elite controller that matches the original’s functionality but lacks a set of bundled components (e.g., additional thumbsticks, standard D-pad, carrying case, charging dock).

  • Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core in white features adjustable-tension thumbsticks, wrap-around rubberized grip, and shorter hair trigger locks
  • Users can enjoy “limitless customization” with exclusive button mapping options through the Xbox Accessories app
  • 40 hours of rechargeable battery life and refined components that are “built to last”
  • Elite Series 2 controllers come with Microsoft’s 1-year limited warranty
  • Available for pre-order today in select Xbox markets worldwide for $129.99 USD MSRP
  • Complete Component Pack is also available for pre-order for $59.99 USD MSRP
  • Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core in white and Complete Component Pack will both be released on September 21, 2022
  • Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 is also coming to Xbox Design Lab
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From Xbox Wire:

With the launch of the original Xbox Elite controller in 2015, we wanted to give gamers a new way to play at their full potential. We developed a premium gaming controller that offered unparalleled levels of customization to allow you to play with a specific setup that works best for you.

Today we are excited to build on that legacy with the announcement of the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core in white. It’s designed to meet the core needs of today’s competitive gamers, putting exceptional performance, customization, and durability where it matters most — in your hands. We are giving fans more choice than ever before with two Elite controllers to meet your needs.

Source: Xbox Wire

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2 comments

  1. I was going to try one of these higher end controllers years ago, but reviews scared me away due to more failures and quirks with them. I paid a decent amount for my Razer controller a few years ago and have been happy with that.

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