Xbox Series X S Razer releases new Wolverine V2 Chroma Pro

The hardware manufacturer Razer has published a new model with some improvements after the Wolverine V2 Controller. The Wolverine V2 Chroma Pro Controller not only works on the Xbox Series X / S but also with the Xbox One and the PC.

It is a wired pad, which is designed, among other things, for fast input and reaction times and thus focuses on ambitious players. Here you will learn more about the features and changes to its predecessor.

That’s the new Razer Controller

It’s about it: After the Wolverine V2 Razer now has an improved model in the luggage, the Wolverine V2 Chroma Pro. With the wired connection and the Mecha Tactile switch technology, which promises a fast reaction rate, Razer wants to address particularly competitive video game fans. This is apparent from a press release.

These are some of the features at a glance:

Razer Mecha-Tactile action keys and D-PAD for quick operation and reaction times
Six additional multifunction keys (two bumper on the upper and four triggers on the back)
Interchangeable analog stick attachments (extra arched and higher stick)
Hair Trigger mode with trigger stop switches (shorter ways of shoulder keys)
New L-shape and layer with complete all-round grip
RGB lighting

The V2 Chroma, in contrast to its predecessor not only two, but six multifunction keys: two bumper at the top and four triggers built on the back, on which, for example, weapons change at shooters can be placed. The cable is now removable, unlike the Wolverine V2. But the pad can only be used wired. It also has RGB lighting.

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The Wolverine V2 Chroma Pro Controller is now available. The recommended retail price from Razer is 160 euros.

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