Microsoft launches Xbox Wireless Controller Tech Series, "inspired by military technology"

Microsoft launches Xbox Wireless Controller Tech Series,

Microsoft launches Xbox Wireless Controller Tech Series, "inspired by military technology"

Major Nelson today announced a brand new line of special edition Tech Series Wireless Xbox One controllers.

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The controller will be available in Australia May 8 for a steep $99.95, still half the cost of an Elite wireless controller.

You'll be able to pick up the Xbox One Wireless Controller Recon Tech Special Edition worldwide from 25th April for $69.99 Dollars.

So, if you've never gotten Recon armor playing Halo, you can at least get a Recon controller to play your games with.

The Recon Tech controller features a laser etched texture front with gold accents and insignia on the front, while the textured diamond rubberized grips are on the back.

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The first release in the new range is the Recon Tech Special Edition which will be available to buy for $69.99 United States dollars from April 25.

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Tech Series Xbox One controllers are also compatible with Copilot, a feature that will roll out with the launch of the platform's Creators Update later this year.

Microsoft also says it will release a new feature called Copilot for controllers that allow you to connect two Xbox One controllers to act as one.

In addition, players will be able to access custom button-mapping through the Xbox Accessories app, which is available through both the Xbox Store and Windows Store.

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