The Kishi V2 lineup of mobile controllers from Razer is getting a new design and set of features through a collaboration with Xbox.
One of the biggest gaming peripheral brands on the planet—Razer—is updating its lineup of Kishi V2 mobile gaming controllers with an all-new collaboration with Xbox, which will give them several new features, as well as a fresh new design and coloration. The officially licensed Razer Kishi V2 Pro for Android (Xbox Edition) and Kishi V2 for iPhone (Xbox Edition) look to provide cross-compatibility with hundreds of AAA Xbox titles onto mobile iOS and Android platforms.
“This collaboration between Razer and Xbox brings to market a celebration of both companies’ dedication to bringing the best AAA gaming experience to gamers wherever they might be – no longer constrained by proximity to their console,” said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s Hardware Business Unit. “The award-winning ergonomic design, coupled with the familiarity of the Xbox ecosystem, delivers a gaming experience that aligns perfectly with the high standards expected by both Razer and Xbox fans alike.”
The full lineup of new specs and features can be found below, with the Xbox Edition of the Razer Kishi V2 mobile controllers looking to really bring everything you could want from an Xbox-branded controller:
- Integrated Haptics with Xbox Game Pass on Kishi V2 Pro for Android (Xbox Edition)
- Direct Integration of Xbox Gaming into Razer Nexus 3.0
- Iconic Xbox Branding and a New White Colorway
- Seamless Integration for Boundless Play
- Universal Compatibility for Lag-Free, Uninterrupted Gameplay
- Ergonomic Design for Ultimate Comfort
- Enhanced Control and Precision
- Global Kishi V2 Pro Availability
The Razer Kishi V2 Pro for Android (Xbox Edition) and Kishi V2 for iPhone (Xbox Edition) will be available for sale today, with prices coming in at $149.99 and $119.99 respectively. For those looking to play their Xbox titles on the go, the Razer brand is definitely one you can trust for all of those mobile gaming needs.