Do note that Amazon's release date appears to be slightly off, especially given that Microsoft has already shared availability details for the controller, which is expected to hit stores in October. That said, you'll still need to hunt for that $150.
To recap, here's what you'll get inside the box:
- Xbox Elite Wireless Controller
- Carrying case
- Set of 4 paddles
- Set of 6 thumbsticks: standard (2), tall (2), and domed (2)
- Set of 2 D-pads: faceted and standard
- USB cable
- AA batteries
- Quick Setup Guide and Product Manual
Be sure to check the Microsoft website for more details on the new Xbox One Elite controller.
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