Razer has been a leader in accessories for gamers, by gamers. Min-Liang Tan, the CEO of Razer, can be seen actively on the Razer social media platforms. Heading the Razer keynote from PAX Prime, Tan delivers the goods from the Razer camp with the announcement of the Razer Wildcat, the current-gen replacement for the Sabertooth and Onza in the last-gen.
Some notable specs of the controller allow for button remapping, profile cycling on the fly for button profiles, along with lessened response trigger-buttons on the shoulder of the controller. The trigger stops allow for 72% reduction to shorten the response time. There is also aluminum triggers on the backside, and “high carbon steel” found standard in the thumb sticks. Instead of the Xbox One headset adapter, the panel on the bottom of the controller houses it built in.
It looks like the Razer Wildcat will launch for $149.99 in October 2015.Would you choose this over the Xbox One original or new Elite wireless controller?