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Scuf takes on the Xbox Elite Controller with their customizable Prestige Controller

Scuf Gaming has announced a new advanced controller for Xbox One and PC with the Scuf Prestige Controller.

The Prestige has a built-in lithium-ion battery (to get up to 30 hours of playtime), interchangeable faceplate and high-performance grip.

“We created the category for high-performance gaming controllers almost a decade ago, and our vision was for all controllers of the future to include back functions and trigger control mechanisms,” said Duncan Ironmonger, Founder and CEO of Scuf Gaming. “Fast forward to where we are today, it is very humbling to see how large the professional gaming controller market and esports industry have become. With SCUF Prestige, we’ve not only built on our institutional knowledge, but have listened to the Xbox community and incorporated new features to deliver what we believe is the best Xbox controller experience to date.”

As mentioned, the Scuf Prestige is highly customizable with replaceable ergonomic back paddles, adjustable hair triggers, magnetic remapping, quick shift trigger stops and interchangeable thumbsticks.

“In today’s world of casual and competitive gaming, increased hand use is essential, whether it’s in one-on-one battle royale combat, or taking the lead on the last lap in Forza,” added Ironmonger.

Since it features Bluetooth connectivity, you can connect the Prestige controller to your Xbox One, PC and Android device.

The Scuf Prestige controller is available for pre-order now from the company’s website starting at $159 USD with pre-orders shipping within 30 days from the date of purchase.

Each controller comes with two additional thumbsticks, a 10-foot braided microUSB cable, electromagnetic mapping key and Scuf key for hair-trigger tuning.

Source: Scuf Gaming

By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is a talented and versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more. He started TheCanadianTechie back in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”.

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