We get a transparent controller and headphones for the 20th birthday of the Xbox

On November 15, Microsoft will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first Xbox release, with two new peripherals, among others.

It was relatively late, in 2001, that the time had come for Microsoft to enter the video player market with a console, but it managed to prevail alongside strong competitors such as the PlayStation and Nintendo. Since then, there have been Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Series consoles released last year, and we can be sure that the brand will stay with us for a long time to come.

The manufacturer on the occasion of his 20th birthday it came up with two special, partially transparent peripherals, which work perfectly with a PC anyway.

One is the 20th Anniversary Special Edition Xbox Wireless Controller, which is a wireless gamepad. The front is translucent, the Xbox button is retro, and the grip is green. It offers the same features as any Series X controller: it has a share button and a redesigned D-Pad, and works great with Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S (where you can connect to create an exclusive dynamic background) , PC, or iOS and Android smart devices. It is expected to be released by November 15, priced at $ 69.99, the same as custom controllers in general.

This is accompanied by the 20th Anniversary Special Edition Xbox Stereo Headset, a special version of the recently debuted wired Xbox headphones. Its cover is also translucent, with a bright green color appearing at the end of the microphone and behind the ear pads. The earphones come with extra soft, large ear pads, great sound and support for Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmost and DTS Headphone: X technology. It also comes on November 15, also for $ 69.99.

In addition, the Razer contributes to the celebration with a unique controller charger and the official merch shop with a T-shirt and caps.

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Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.

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