Want to know what all the fuss is about with the upcoming Elite Xbox One controller? Well, this latest trailer documents the deep customisation options to be found inside this premium-priced pad.
In addition to button remapping, extra control paddles and swappable d-pads and analogues, you’ll be able to adjust the sensitivity settings. Of particular interest is being able to get the triggers to ‘fire’ sooner in FPS titles, meaning you can get your shot off without having to fully depress the trigger. With all sorts of different setups being needed for different genres, you’ll be able to store tonnes of them and be able to switch between two on the fly via a new button. Take a look at the video below and see if the Xbox One Elite controller is that little bit more tempting. Continue reading Elite Xbox One controller customisation trailer
Microsoft are set to provide a new edition of their Xbox One console in the coming months in time for that all-important Christmas shopping period. This new Elite Bundle comes with a new 1tB Solid State Hybrid drive. This new drive stores frequently accessed files on a solid state partition which “optimises system performance so you can get to the action up to 20 per cent faster from energy-saving mode.” Continue reading New Xbox One Elite console bundle announced
Store exclusives are never a good deal for gamers as it allows retailers to charge what they want if they’ve managed to snag something gamers are likely to want. Usually, we’re talking a bit of DLC, that inevitably makes it way onto digital stores later on and is often not worth the extra money anyway.
But what about physical hardware? If reports are to be believed, the upcoming Xbox One Elite controller is now a GAME exclusive in the UK and currently available to preorder at the top-end price of £129.99. Continue reading Xbox One Elite controller doomed to high prices as a GAME exclusive?