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Our goal was to design the ultimate controller, able to adapt itself to any gamer. We started with optimized ergonomics that stays comfortable after hours of practice, and interchangeable parts so it adapts to your hands and playstyle. Add to that, Razer Chroma lighting and a suite of remappable buttons and triggers that allow you to change up your layout and execute advanced techniques with ease. Simply put, this is our most versatile and customizable controller ever. Created for competitive gamers to play anywhere, win anywhere.
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Interchangeable Thumbsticks & D-Pad - Get the perfect fit and feel in your hands with interchangeable thumbsticks and two interchangeable D-Pads. Swap between optimized thumbstick heights and shapes, and quickly change between a tilting or individual D-Pad button layout for the best comfort and gameplay.
Ergonomic Multi-Function Buttons Layout - The Razer Wolverine Ultimate comes loaded with a slew of extra buttons for advanced gaming—2 remappable Multi-Function bumpers, 4 Multi-Function triggers and a Quick Control Panel. Now you'll have ultimate control at your fingertips¬, and with the remapping function both on-the-fly or with Razer Synapse for Xbox, you can master next-level techniques like moving and aiming with both thumbsticks.
Razer Chroma Lighting - Show off your personal style with Razer Chroma's wide selection of lighting effects and stunning profiles, completely customizable through Razer Synapse for Xbox. Experience deeper immersion with integrated games (like X, Y, Z) and watch the lighting effects react to your gameplay.
Razer Wolverine Ultimate - Chroma Enabled RGB Fully Customizable Gamepad Controller with Interchangeable Analog Sticks and Dpad is rated
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Rated 1 out of
Razors concept controller = DoodooThey designed it to be a “controller” with mouse features. It felt like the thing was gonna crumble after one decent online multiplayer rage moment. It is light as a feather.
I can’t describe the feeling of the actual buttons. They weren’t regular. They didn’t actually push in like a regular button but felt more like a mouse click. The “paddles” on the back were in the most awkward position and it don’t not feel comfortable at all. The elite controller I’ve been using since the day it came out is literally falling apart and it still works/feels 100% better. Not at all worth that much money for a concept controller.
Date published: 2019-08-12
Rated 3 out of
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Stick with the elite Xbox controllerAfter a while of having it it chips in and out you gotta plug it out then plug it for it to work again
Date published: 2019-07-30
Rated 5 out of
Great ControllerI’ve had it for about a year, daily use and the controller still works perfect.
Date published: 2019-07-28
Rated 2 out of
Broken controllerLove the controller. Went out on a limb and paid a fortune for it right before the new rite 2 came out. A button broke within a week nothing I can do to fix it. Very upset
Date published: 2019-07-07
Rated 5 out of
Razer GamingGreat controller! Trigger stops are a huge help in fps. Only problem i had is that i broke the extra d pad when trying to get it out of the case...
Date published: 2019-07-05
Rated 5 out of
Razer Wolverine UltimateGreat durable product. Very sleek and low profile.
Date published: 2019-07-02
Rated 4 out of
Razer Wolverine Ultimate for XBoX one and PCSharp buttons with very short movement and solid click. Hair triggers are awesome. Best rear buttons of any besides Scuf. Silly proprietary usb wire keeps this from being 5 stars.
Date published: 2019-06-29
Rated 4 out of
Fletch's Razor Wolverine Ultimate reviewSmooth/tight buttons and controls. Love the RGB color options and ease of app for customization. Wish it came wireless and with more third party add ons. Worth the price for effective, enhanced gaming.
Yup, and there's software for it too. I don't use tho. This controller is much better than any other I've tried to date. The onboard config works just like the xbox, hold a button then select which button to map to the new button. I guess the software is so you can tweak the pad with the focus feature or color stuff (meh). Works just fine with steam and anything else that's controller capable thru the usb port.