Microsoft gave us our first glimpse of the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 at its E3 2019 presentation.
According Microsoft's Larry Hryb, the controller has been complete re-engineered for the ultimate performance. It will also be highly customisable, allowing you to tweak how it feels and behaves to suit your preferences, and will launch in 24 countries on November 4, 2019.
As with the previous Xbox Elite Wireless Controller, the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 won't be cheap – with a price tag of $179.99 (around £140, AU$250).
Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2, re-engineered for ultimate performance, customization, and durability, launches in 24 countries on November 4, 2019 for $179.99 USD and is available for preorder today (I'll post a link when the pre-order goes live) pic.twitter.com/KWxSKZjECMJune 9, 2019
Xbox Two controller?
With Microsoft expected to reveal the Xbox Two at E3 2019, could the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 be the default controller for the new console, as well as an optional controller for the Xbox One?
Hopefully we won't have long to wait, but in the meantime check out the trailer below (yes, controllers now have trailers):
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