The subsequent shade for the Xbox Sequence X’s controller is named Pulse Pink, and it’ll go on sale on Feb. 9, Microsoft introduced on Monday.
The peripheral is definitely purple and white (and black), with the faceplate (and analog sticks) carrying the Pulse Pink look and the again in “crisp white,” the corporate’s assertion says. The triggers, bumpers, and D-pad are matte black. The triggers and bumpers even have a textured dot sample to enhance grip.
The controller is $64.99; just like the Sequence X’s different controllers (in black, white, and “Shock Blue”) the buttons are totally remappable, and the controller is Bluetooth-compatible with Home windows 10 PCs and Android units for distant play or cloud gaming by way of Xbox Recreation Cross Final.
Patrons will get a 14-day free trial for that service, too. Xbox Recreation Cross Final’s cloud-streaming play will launch on Apple iOS cellular units this spring, the corporate introduced in December.