Recently, Microsoft released a new Aqua Shift special edition Xbox wireless controller Aqua Shift, priced at US$69.99 (approximately 452 yuan), which will go on sale on September 1, and is now available for pre-sale on the Xbox official website.
In appearance, the new Xbox handle is light blue overall, and the front of the handle is painted with metal-like texture, showing a metallic texture. At the same time, it adopts a gradient color design to reflect the “Shift” in the name of the handle.
According to reports, Microsoft said that in order to allow players to have a better gaming experience, they have been seeking the best way to enhance the gaming experience.
Aqua Shift Special Edition uses surrealistic color to transform the blue light design. As the prism color moves on the handle, players will feel like deep blue water in their hands as lifelike, enhancing the gaming experience.
In addition, this time Microsoft has also adopted rubber material for the handle grip to ensure that the handle is not easy to fall off during intense games.
It is worth mentioning that in the fourth quarter of Microsoft’s financial conference call, CEO Satya Nadella announced that Xbox Series X/S has become Microsoft’s best-selling console so far.
Nadella said that its sales so far have exceeded any previous generation (Microsoft) console data for the same period.
It is understood that Microsoft’s next-generation game console Xbox Series X/S was officially launched on November 10 last year. Data shows that Xbox Series X/S created the highest sales record on the first launch day in Xbox history.
Microsoft officially stated that Xbox Series X is the fastest and strongest Xbox console in history, while Xbox Series S is the smallest and most compact Xbox console in history.
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