Described as a controller for “competitive gamers,” the Nacon Revolution X comes packed with a host of features that you’d expect to see on a pro controller, as well as the same functionalities as an official Xbox controller: share button, haptic feedback triggers, and a 3.5mm headphone jack — thanks to the Designed for Xbox program. The Revolution X offers four shortcut buttons on the rear of the controller, textured grips, RGB lighting, a range of concave and convex thumbsticks, interchangeable shafts, and the ability to adjust the controller’s weight from within two concealed hand grip compartments.
You’ll be able to customise your controller with the Revolution X app on both console and Windows PC, which includes button mapping, trigger sensitivity, four- or eight-way d-pad setups, shortcut assignment, and more. Additionally, due to a partnership with Dolby, the Revolution X also offers the Dolby Atmos for Headphones tech — you will, however, need the Dolby Atmos app on Xbox or Windows 10 to activate it.
Nacon’s Revolution X pro controller releases on October 13th for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows PC, and can be preordered now for £99.99/$109.90/€109.90.
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