Razer continues to make console hardware waves with a new controller for PC and Xbox One. Announced today, the Razer Wolverine Ultimate is designed “to adapt itself to any gamer.” It does this through the use of interchangeable D-pads and thumbsticks, as well as six remappable triggers and buttons. Other features include RGB lighting and trigger stops.
Here’s the full list of features:
ADVANCED CUSTOMIZABILITY FOR ULTIMATE CONTROL
Our goal was to design the ultimate controller, able to adapt itself to any gamer. We started with optimized ergonomics that stays comfortable after hours of practice, and interchangeable parts so it adapts to your hands and playstyle. Add to that, Razer Chroma lighting and a suite of remappable buttons and triggers that allow you to change up your layout and execute advanced techniques with ease. Simply put, this is our most versatile and customizable controller ever. Created for competitive gamers to play anywhere, win anywhere.
CUSTOMIZED TO A PERSONAL FIT
Get the perfect fit and feel in your hands with interchangeable thumbsticks and two interchangeable D-Pads. Swap between optimized thumbstick heights and shapes, and quickly change between a tilting or individual D-Pad button layout for the best comfort and gameplay.
EXTRA BUTTONS FOR EXPERT CONTROL
The Razer Wolverine Ultimate comes loaded with a slew of extra buttons for advanced gaming—2 remappable Multi-Function bumpers, 4 Multi-Function triggers and a Quick Control Panel. Now you’ll have ultimate control at your fingertips, and with the remapping function both on-the-fly or with Razer Synapse for Xbox , you can master next-level techniques like moving and aiming with both thumbsticks.
LIGHT ‘EM UP
Show off your personal style with Razer Chroma’s wide selection of lighting effects and stunning profiles, completely customizable through Razer Synapse for Xbox. Experience deeper immersion with integrated games and watch the lighting effects react to your gameplay.
TECH SPECS (AT A GLANCE)
- Works with Xbox One and PC
- 6 additional remappable bumpers & triggers
- Interchangeable thumbsticks and D-Pad
- Razer Chroma lighting
- Comes with carrying case
- 12 months warranty
The Razer Wolverine Pro will be available from their online store this September, with global availability scheduled for Q4 2017. It will be retailing at $159.99 / €179.99.
Razer isn’t alone in its announcement of a new controller, as Nacon unveiled the Revolution Pro 2 earlier today. Click here to take a look.