Revolution Pro Controller 3 For PS4, PC Is Now Available
Revolution Pro 3

French peripheral designer and gaming accessory maker, Nacon, announced that their Revolution Pro Controller 3 is currently available for PS4 and PC. The controller is officially licensed for sale in the EMEA territories, but not North America or Asia.

If you live in Europe, Africa, Australia, new Zealand, the Middle East, or India, you’ll be able to get your hands on the controller right now for around €99.

The controller offers gamers wired functionality, dual analog support, and a design that’s eerily similar to the Xbox One Elite Controller. You can check out the promotional video below to give you a better idea of what it looks like and what it has to offer.

Much like the Xbox Elite Controller, there are bumpers underneath the grips, though they’re far less pronounced than its Xbox counterpart. You’ll find two curved hypotenuse by the bottom inside of the left and right grips, where the ring and pinky finger are located.

You can also modify the deadzone and range of the analog sticks, as well as the sensitivity, LED and actuation of the buttons via a detailed software configuration menu.

There are also two weight compartment areas located in the palm grips so that you can modify how the controller handles in each hand.

It’s odd that the configuration software for the controller requires a compatible PC, so if you don’t have one you won’t be able to fully utilized the controller’s capabilities. The good part, however, is that the PC configuration software also applies to the way the controller can behave when playing PC games.

So if you play fighting games, or racing games, or flight sims on PC, this controller might be perfect for that, especially if you also wanted something that could double as a PS4 controller, too.

The Revolution Pro 3 is currently available right now for PS4 and PC, and you can learn more by visiting the official Nacon Gaming website.


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