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Sony Pro-Gaming PS4 Controllers Coming

by Conner Flynn
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Serious PS4 gamers are going to love this news. Sony has been lacking any pro-gaming “elite” controllers for the PS4, but now they are remedying this by licensing two separate companies to make pro-controllers: Razer and Nacon. Both will be launching the controllers later this year.

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The Razer Raiju looks like a natural, although beefy version of the DualShock 4, with PlayStation blue thumbsticks and grips. It also has hair triggers on the back.

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The Nacon Revolution features thumbsticks that are diagonal instead of parallel, which Xbox-familiar gamers might like. It also has an 8-way directional pad, adjustable triggers, a 3.5mm headset jack, four short-cut buttons, and more buttons on the back.

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We don’t have any release dates or pricing yet, but they will probably sell in the $100-$150(USD) range based on the price of the Xbox One Elite Controller. Choose wisely…

[via Nerdist]

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