Microsoft has revealed its new Pulse Red Xbox Wireless Controller.
The new Pulse Red controller was revealed via the Xbox blog, and is scheduled for release on February 9 in most Xbox markets, but will be released in China the January 12. Microsoft said that the purchase of the new Pulse Red controller includes a 14-day trial for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate in specific markets.
The new Pulse Red controller costs 64.99$ and brings the same energy and equally striking color as the Shock Blue. Matte black triggers, bumpers, and hybrid D-pad reduce slip against sweaty fingers and thumbs for greater control, while a textured dot pattern on the triggers and bumpers to keep your grip locked in. Dynamic Latency Input delivers controller inputs more frequently to your Xbox Series X|S for a more responsive gaming experience and seemingly instantaneous action.
The controller’s buttons, including the new Share button, can be custom mapped just the way you like using the Xbox Accessories app. Set the Share button to capture screenshots, start/stop recording, or even to record what just happened, then share your best, worst or funniest moments with friends and followers right from the console dashboard or your Android phone with the Xbox app for mobile.
And for the PC gamers, there is an update in the PC controller bundles to include the new Xbox Wireless Controller in Carbon Black. You can Choose between the Xbox Wireless Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 bundle for freedom of movement, or play connected with the Xbox Wireless Controller + USB-C Cable bundle. You can also connect these controllers to your PC with Bluetooth. With these updated bundles, you get the same controller refinements that you’ll find with all the new Xbox Wireless Controllers, so you can elevate your game no matter how and where you choose to play.
They also refreshed the rechargeable battery solution and they’re introducing the Xbox Rechargeable Battery + USB-C Cable. Plug in the rechargeable battery and fully charge your controller in under 4 hours before, after, or while you play.