Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma gets wild for Xbox Series X, One, and PC

Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma gets wild for Xbox Series X, One, and PC

The Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma was revealed in the week in preparation for launching Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, and PC. This newest version of the first Wolverine works with a replacement design, many buttons, interchangeable thumbstick caps, and Chroma RGB lights aplenty. This remake of the controller will be made available directly from Razer, at RazerStores, and authorized retailers around the world.

This controller may be a wired-connection controller and doesn’t work with Bluetooth. Because it is with most Razer devices, the wired connection is preferred over wireless, thanks to the slight difference in reaction time a cord offers over a Bluetooth connection. This controller comes with a 9.8-foot (3 meters) “wired cable with strain relief).

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A variety of buttons are present on this controller, including Razer “Mecha-Tactile Action Buttons” also as a Mecha-Tactile D-Pad. The D-Pad isn’t interchangeable, but the thumbsticks are. Adjustments are often made to the triggers on this controller with “Hair Trigger Mode” with trigger stops.

This controller has all the buttons on a typical Xbox controller, plus two extra bumpers (at your index fingers) and 4 different triggers. The triggers appear at rock bottom of the controller, where you’ll tap them together with your middle fingers, quite likely. All of those buttons are remappable.

Regardless of if you’re using the Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma on a PC (with Windows) or an Xbox, Razer now has apps that allow you to initiate customizations in colour and control. For your console, controls are edited with the Razer Controller Setup app for the Xbox One, and Xbox Series X and S. This app allows you to remap the multi-function buttons and adjust the lighting within the controller to your liking.

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The thumbsticks included with the controller are “Offensive Shooter” and “Defensive Shooter”. The Offensive Shooter is shorter and dome-shaped. The Defensive Shooter is taller and flat-headed (with rounded edges).

The Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma will be released in the week to Razer’s online store, physical RazerStore locations, and authorized retailers within the USA and abroad. This controller features a price of roughly USD 150.