As rumors continue to swirl around about an Apex Legends port on the Nintendo Switch, PowerA has announced that they are releasing a new enhanced wireless controller for the hybrid system on February 3rd, tomorrow, for $49.99.
This news only further speculates the reality of an Apex Legends release on Switch, but we must still reserve excitement until the game is properly announced for the console. Check out the gallery of images of this beautiful controller, which includes advanced gaming buttons!
Play your favorite Nintendo Switch games like a pro with this officially licensed PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller. Built for comfort during extended gaming sessions, this Bluetooth wireless controller features motion controls, mappable Advanced Gaming Buttons, and standard ergonomic layout. Enjoy up to 30 hours of gameplay with new alkaline batteries or add your own rechargeable batteries.
Advanced Gaming Buttons
Gain a competitive advantage by keeping your thumbs on the analog sticks and mapping actions to two buttons on the back of the controller. There is no app or system settings to configure. Simply hold the program button for two seconds (1) followed by the button you wish to map (2), then select either AGR or AGL (3) to complete the process for quick on-the-fly button mapping.
PowerA Wireless controllers free you from being tethered to the console and provide a tangle free gaming experience. Our design is built for comfort during extended gaming sessions using high quality materials. Enjoy up to 30 hours of gameplay with new alkaline batteries (other variables affect play-time) or add your own rechargeable batteries.
• Wireless freedom using Bluetooth 5.0
• Features motion controls and mappable Advanced Gaming Buttons
• Ergonomic design with standard button layout
• LEDs for player number, button mapping, and low battery warning
• Includes two AA batteries for up to 30 hours of gameplay
• Officially licensed from Nintendo
• Eight-way plus-shaped D-pad
• Two Precision tuned analog sticks
You can pre-order the controller on Amazon.com right now, or you can wait until we get a proper announcement for Apex Legends on the Nintendo Switch before spending $50 on an irrelevant controller.
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