Razer Unveils the Tournament-Grade Wildcat Controller for the Xbox One
Unveiled during last month’s PAX Prime video game convention in Seattle, Washington, is the Razer Wildcat – a controller for the Xbox One that not only has four additional, fully-customizable buttons, but is also 25-percent lighter than other tournamentgrade controllers – weighing in at only 260g without its 3-meter braided fiber cable.
Apart from the extra customizable buttons, the greenand-black Razer Wildcat comes with plenty of other noteworthy features up its sleeves, including a four-button quick control panel, a 3.5mm audio port and microphone input, optional rubber palm grips, optional analog stick grip caps, optional trigger stops, and a carrying case.
Feel free to dish out as much punishment as you want towards your opponents with the Wildcat, as Razer has gone the extra mile e to craft its analog stick out of high carbon steel, and its triggersers with aircraft-grade aluminum for or maximum durability.
“The Razer Wildcat for Xbox One is the third generation Razerer Xbox controller and the result of years working with eSports athletes on many prototypes,” said Min-Liang Tan, Razer’s co-founderder and CEO. “The lightest tournamententgrade controller in its class with h additional remappable buttons gives gamers an incredible edge,” e,” he added.
The Razer Wildcat will be available for purchase in Malaysiasia sometime this month. We’re not ot entirely sure how much it would d be going for when it arrives, but if it’s any indication, the Wildcat has got a considerably wild US$149.99 (approx. RM632) price tag over in the U.S.