Hyperkin revives the Xbox 360 controller

The Xbox 360 was released 17 years ago, and the console itself has likely been shelved in favor of more powerful and capable devices next to the TV set. The hand control may have had to remain at gaming– rig as it, even today, measures up when it comes to design and usability. But there is always room for improvement.

Accessory makers Hyperkin have received Microsoft’s permission to release a new version of the classic controller. The revived model will be sold under the name Xenon, which was the working name of the Xbox 360 once upon a time. The design is practically identical to the original version, but with some modernities that make the controller more compatible with modern consoles and computers. More specifically buttons for menu, share and view button as well as detachable USB Type-C cable and headphone input.


There is currently no specific price or release date. Hyperkin’s upgraded version of the Xbox controller The Duke received a price tag of the equivalent of $70, which may give an indication of the price picture of the 360 ​​controller. Regardless of price, the Xenon controller will be available in black, white, red and pink.

Which classic controller would you like to revive?

Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.

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