Razer announces the Wolverine V2 Chroma, a controller for Xbox Series X/S and PC. The controller is equipped with what the manufacturer calls ‘mecha tactile’ buttons. In addition, the controller has more buttons and functionalities than a standard Xbox controller.
The Wolverine V2 Chroma is aimed at Xbox, which is immediately apparent from the Xbox logo on the front of the controller. In 2017, Razer also released a special Xbox controller. The Wolverine V2 is the successor to this controller and a Chroma version is now also available, with some extra functionalities.
According to Razer, the mecha tactile buttons have a faster response time than the buttons on a standard Xbox controller. In addition to tactile buttons, the controller has six extra buttons. Two regular buttons on the top and a total of four triggers on the bottom of the controller. Users can assign functions to this at their own discretion. We also saw these triggers on the bottom with the Xbox Elite Controller.
The extra triggers aren’t the only thing that Razer has copied. The thumbsticks are also interchangeable. That way, users can put higher or lower sticks on the controller, depending on their preference or the game they’re currently playing. Finally, the Razer Chroma RGB should not be missing.
In addition to compatibility with Xbox Series X/S, the controller can also be used for gaming on PC. The controller can only be used wired. However, the USB-C cable can be disconnected. The Wolverine V2 Chroma is available immediately and costs 160 euros.