Razer Atrox Arcade Fighting Stick for the Xbox One announced

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Razer is an old hand when it come to gaming peripherals, and the company has built up a pretty strong following of loyal customers over the years as they continue to deliver gaming peripherals that are capable of lasting the distance. The Atrox arcade stick line was announced not too long ago, where it even came in a Super Street Fighter IV AE Collector’s Edition model a few months after that. This time around, it would be the Xbox One’s turn to be able to enjoy the Razer Atrox Arcade Fighting Stick grace its platform, offering gamers a competitive edge over their opponents.

Unveiled at The Evolution Championship Series (EVO) 2014, which so happens to be the world’s largest fighting game tournament, the Razer Atrox Arcade Fighting Stick is battle hardened right from the get go as it has been tested by some of the world’s best eSports athletes, boasting of a highly customizable layout while constructed with modders and competitive gamers in mind.

Continuing from where the original Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for the Xbox 360 left off, this particular model will see the application of years of collective gaming experience from pro gamers and the Razer community culminate in the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox One. It boasts of eight genuine Sanwa Denshi buttons alongside an ergonomically authentic arcade layout, where you will be able to open it up with but a touch of a button, making it a snap to customize regardless of your playing style. You also have the choice of swapping in your own personal designs for a unique look and feel, while there are also dedicated slots in the controller itself that can be used to store the included alternate bat-top joystick, detachable USB cable and bundled screwdriver that can be used for easy modding.

Out late this August, the Razer Atrox Arcade Fighting Stick for Xbox One will cost you $199.99.

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