Following in Microsoft's track, Razer is building a controller for the most influential gamers. It's called the Wildcat and it will proffer a swing of squeeze able controls in the shape of four remap able inclusive buttons - two next to the left and right bumpers and two on the base of the wings. The controller will come stock with resistant high carbon steel analog stick necks, removable high-end aluminum triggers and elective palm grips and analog stick hold caps.
And whereas the all that metal sounds like it must hypothetically adjoin some heft, Razer claims that the Wildcat will be "25% lighter than other tournament-grade controllers." It's a related idea to Microsoft's forthcoming .
The controller will come with a removable 3 m. lightweight braided fiber cable with a carrying case for toting the tech from contest to contest. Though the remappable buttons will gather the most concentration from gamers, the Wildcat also sports "trigger stops" that need the triggers to be dejected less in order for it to register a button press.
From the images it looks resembling the Razer Wildcat shares some divergent similarities to the extremely firm, award-winning Sabre tooth X Box 360 Pro Controller. The factual trial, nonetheless, is if the Wildcat can expel the Elite as the Xbox One's go-to competition pad.