In July, Nacon’s accessories division announced a partnership with Microsoft. The first gameads were shown yesterday within the framework of this cooperation. The devices will work with both Xbox Series and legacy consoles, smartphones, and PCs.
This is the most advanced controller in Nacon, with buttons and features similar to the Xbox Elite controller. Owners can program Revolution X at their own discretion, the sticks have removable nozzles, and the kit comes with additional weights and a case.
Pro Compact is aimed more at casual gamers rather than avid gamers. The gamepad has a standard set of programmable buttons and the ability to adjust the sensitivity of triggers. Compared to Revolution X, this controller is smaller. Available in black and white.
This gamepad is designed specifically for cloud gaming and is compatible with Android devices. Nacon will offer a choice between the standard MG-X, which features a compact and portable design, or the MG-X Pro, which is as close to a full gamepad as possible.
The controllers will go on sale early next year. The cost will be announced later.