PowerA is launching a new officially licensed Xbox controller designed for mobile gaming

Powera Moga Xp5 X Plus with tablet on table
Powera Moga Xp5 X Plus with tablet on table (Image credit: PowerA)

What you need to know

  • PowerA is releasing a new officially licensed Xbox controller designed for mobile gaming.
  • The internal 3000mAh rechargeable battery can be used as a power bank to charge Android devices.
  • Its is expected to release in September 2020 for $69.99.

PowerA is a company known for its gaming peripherals, and come September it'll have a new one to add to the fold. The MOGA XP5-X Plus is a Bluetooth Xbox controller designed for mobile gaming.

"The MOGA Mobile Gaming Clip was the first accessory licensed for Xbox in support of Project xCloud, and we are excited to introduce another accessory today with the XP5-X Plus Bluetooth Controller," said PowerA President, Eric Bensussen. "We are proud that MOGA is supporting mobile gaming industry leaders such as Xbox. We will continue to deliver innovative accessories to enhance the experiences for mobile gamers around the world."

Moga Xp5 X Plus Clip (Image credit: PowerA)

Moga Xp5 X Plus Clip And Phone (Image credit: PowerA)

Source: PowerA

Per PowerA, here's what it features:

  • Licensed for Xbox with an ergonomic design and familiarity of an Xbox-inspired controller.
  • Advanced gaming buttons that allow gamers to map two additional buttons on the fly to gain the competitive edge.
  • Whether gamers are charging while they play or between sessions, the internal 3000mAh rechargeable battery delivers MOGA Power - Boost by extending gameplay and can be used as a Power Bank to charge an Android mobile device.
  • An optimally balanced phone clip designed for Android keeps gamers in the best position to take down their opponents at home or on-the-go. Dual locking articulation points help reduce fatigue during extended gaming sessions by ergonomically balancing your phone over the controller's center of gravity.
  • Officially licensed and backed by a two-year limited warranty.

PowerA's MOGA XP5-X Plus launches next month for $69.99.

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