SCUF’s New PS4 Controller Unlocks Gamers’ True Potential

SCUF's New PS4 Controller Unlocks Gamers' True Potential 1

The new SCUF Vantage PlayStation 4 controller introduces unique features that have never been seen before in its prior SCUF generations. 

Keeping player comfort and easy access in mind, the natural placement of their fingers have been taken into account. The new PlayStation 4 controller has unique, side-mounted right and left Sax buttons that were designed with exactly this in mind. Changing thumbsticks and personalizing the controller have also become easier, as the faceplate is now removable.

For the players who want more control over their audio levels, they can simply swipe a touch bar to adjust the value. This will not only decrease the volume of chatter during team play, but also allow players to get in the zone, or even entirely mute their sound so they can concentrate under high pressure. The SCUF Vantage allows all of this to be done while players still have their hands on the PlayStation 4 controller.

Adding even more precision to gaming, the SCUF Vantage also gives players the option to lessen hand fatigue by reducing the weight of the device. This can be done with the removable vibration modules.

Over the last 18 months, Scuf Gaming has worked tirelessly to evolve the features that have made the controller brand what it is today for professional gamers. Features designed to not only shorten hand movements, but also allow for a performance advantage let players tailor their PlayStation 4 controller to suit their individual needs.

“With Vantage, we created a controller that caters to every gamer and suits different hand sizes and gameplay styles,” CEO of Scuf Gaming, Duncan Ironmonger, said. “We also wanted to address the needs of gamers with disabilities, which led to the inspiration for the configurable Sax buttons, conveniently located close to the bumpers, triggers, and face buttons.”

“Controllers are the single most important connection between an individual and the game. They should be an extension of the player to maximize their performance.”

The SCUF Vantage for the PlayStation 4 is now available to be pre-ordered in the U.S. and Canada.

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