Cyberpunk 2077 is an upcoming RPG from CD Projekt RED, the creators of The Witcher games. The team partnered up with Xbox recently to release a variety of Cyberpunk 2077 accessories, including a large custom Xbox One X, which is now mostly sadly sold out.
However, the sexy Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox controller is still in stock in the U.S. as of writing, giving Cyberpunk fans one last opportunity to grab a piece of sexy cybernetic limited edition goodness.
The Cyberpunk 2077 custom Xbox controller has Bluetooth in addition to Xbox Wireless, giving you connectivity to phones and PCs with Bluetooth enabled. It sports a custom two-tone silver and black design, with various details and etchings in homage to the games.
The game itself is launching in September, and looks set to close out this generation with a bang. Set in Night City, you play as an up-and-coming merc attempting to navigate his or her way through the crime-ridden underbelly of a dystopic future, where corporations control everything, and cybernetic enhancements are the norm.
Hit the links below to see where stocks of the controller are still in, and let us know if you're planning to grab one in the comments.
A glimpse of Cyberpunk 2077 in your hands.
The Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox One controller brings a metallic two-tone spin on Microsoft's signature gamepad. Inspired by Keanu Reeves' in-game persona, Johnny Silverhand, the design adds a rustic, futuristic flair to your gaming setup.
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