While officially unveiling the launch of the xCloud game streaming service for Android, Microsoft also took the opportunity to start selling licensed Xbox Mobile Gaming accessories.
Although Brazil is out of the initial list for the launch of xCloud, the accessories are already listed on the Microsoft Store Brazil and on the Xbox Brazil website with a release date, but prices have not been detailed so far. Check out more about the models below.
Accessories include the Razer Kishi controller, which, when mounted on the smartphone, is very reminiscent of a Nintendo Switch with analogs and buttons in each region next to the screen.
The model features an integrated Xbox button, rear triggers, clickable analog buttons and the same XYAB buttons that you will find on the official Xbox One and Xbox Series X controller. The official website states that “designed for long gaming sessions, control is easy to hold and optimize button positions to ensure that each press is natural and intuitive. ”
The link to Razer Kishi on the Razer Brasil website already exists, but the page only shows the footer, at least until the closing of this article.
The Razer Kishi Universal Mobile Gaming Controller for Android is listed on the Xbox Brazil website, but had no availability date revealed.
8BitDo SN30 Pro
Then we have the SN30 Pro for Android control from the company 8BitDo, with an extremely compact design and that, instead of dividing the control in half, uses a support to place the smartphone above the control.
The format is very reminiscent of the Super Nintendo controller with the addition of analogs, and still maintains all the same Xbox buttons: XYAB keys, RB / RB and LT / LB triggers, in addition to offering an 18-hour rechargeable battery.
“Create control profiles and switch between them at any time,” says the description on the Xbox Brazil website. “Included in all SN30 Pro games for Xbox in the cloud, we designed a brand new, high-quality mobile game clip for the widest range of smartphones possible.”
The Xbox Brazil website confirms that the SN30 Pro will be available from August 21.
MOGA XP5-X Plus
Unlike the SN30 Pro, the PowerA control comes in a much more traditional format and is full of features. Also offering button mapping, rechargeable battery, Bluetooth connectivity and removable clip, the MOGA XP5-X Plus stands out for having more buttons, full size for the hands and different user selectable modes.
The controller also has a built-in 3,000 mAh power bank so you can recharge your smartphone while you play, offering even more portability and convenience.
“Games on phones and tablets have evolved. Enjoy more than 100 Xbox games on your compatible phone or tablet in the cloud with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Enjoy new Xbox Game Studio titles, like Halo Infinite, on the same day they are released , in addition to recent hits like Ori and The Will of the Wisps. ”
The Xbox Brazil website confirms that the MOGA XP5-X Plus will be available on August 15th.