The Xbox One Wireless Controller will cost $59.99 and features impulse trigger feedback, redesigned thumbstickers, and a completely redesigned D-pad. The unit will run on two AA batteries, which are included in the package.
If batteries aren’t your style then you can grab the Xbox One Wireless Controller with Play and Charge Kit for $74.99. The package includes the aforementioned controller along with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack and USB charging cable.
If you decide to purchase the standard controller and would then like to upgrade it with a Play and Charge Kit, that will cost you $24.99. For those of you counting, that is about $10 more than purchasing the bundle together.
Last, but not least, the Xbox One Chat Headset (aka: the wired one) will cost $24.99 and features “crystal-clear” digital wideband audio. Controls for adjusting volume or muting your microphone are now at the bottom of the controller where the headset plugs in.
Now we just have to wait and see what the cost for Microsoft’s wireless chat headset will be.