Microsoft unveiled the Xbox Elite Series 2 Core controller earlier this week. Although it costs only $130, the white pro-style Elite Series 2 controller with black handles is without the different attachments that come with the ordinary black Elite Series 2. If you're interested in the premium controller, your best option is to purchase it on eBay through Antonine. With the purchase of the controller, Antonine, an official Microsoft retailer, is giving away digital copies of Watch Dogs: Legion. Since there are only a few available, if you're interested, move quickly.
The Watch Dogs: Legion code will be delivered to your email within ten days of your purchase. The most recent instalment of the open-world hacker series, Legion, has a brilliant gameplay element that lets you command any NPC in the game. Legion provides a sizable open-world sandbox to explore and a decent selection of tasks and intriguing gadgets.
The Elite Series 2 Core controller has no attachments, as was already established. That implies you won't receive the carrying case, four more analogue sticks to switch, a switchable M o, or the return paddles. Instead, the Elite Series 2 controller's premium design is carried over to the Core controller, including better sticks, trigger locks, an eight-way metal D-pad, and tactile handle grips. If you change your mind, you can always buy the back paddles and other accessories individually. The Complete Component Pack is available through Microsoft for $60. Alternatively, you can choose the swappable components and purchase them from independent businesses. For instance, a quality set of back paddles may be purchased for under $10. These paddles from a third party have passed our testing and feel great.
You can currently purchase Watch Dogs: Legion in a bundle with the conventional Xbox wireless controller for $56 if you're interested in the game but aren't sold on the Elite Series 2 controller.
The Elite Series 2 controller now has a fun new feature thanks to the September Xbox system update. The RGB lighting on the Xbox button can now be changed to one of more than 16 million different colours.