The Razer Wolverine Ultimate is Razer’s brand new response to the Xbox One’s Elite Controller. This gorgeous looking and super adaptable controller is shipped with six additional bumpers and triggers, interchangeable thumbsticks and d-pad, optional trigger stops, rubberized grips and detachable 3 m long lightweight braided fiber cable with Micro-USB connector. Not to mention, this bad boy is the first controller to incorporate Razer Chroma; a lighting strip capable of displaying 16.8 million colours.
The controller is designed to work with both the Xbox One and PC and employs Razer Synapse to allow users to customise Razer devices to their liking and store their personal settings in the cloud. This way, whether you’re playing on Xbox One or PC, you can access your finely tuned preferences wherever you are, as long as you have an internet connection.
The Razer Wolverine Ultimate is expected to launch sometime next month and while we don’t have any official details from Australian retailers, we expect the controller to be around the AUD$200 mark. The controller will launch first on the Razer website and will later be available in-stores.