PowerA unveils new accessories for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, pre-orders available

PowerA Xbox Series X Accessories
PowerA Xbox Series X Accessories (Image credit: PowerA | Amazon)

What you need to know

  • The Xbox Series X and S have been revealed, and are launching later this year on November 10, 2020.
  • Microsoft is launching their own accessories, and partnering with third-party companies through their Designed for Xbox program.
  • PowerA is one of these companies, and has unveiled their line-up of accessories for the next-gen Xbox's.
  • The line-up includes new controllers, rechargeable battery packs, and charging stands for your Xbox controllers.

It's official, the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are landing on November 10, 2020, ushering in the next generation of console gaming. Alongside the new hardware will also come new officially licensed accessories like controllers, headsets, and more. Gaming accessory company PowerA won't be left behind here, and has unveiled their line-up of Designed for Xbox gaming accessories (opens in new tab) that will launch on November 10, 2020, right with the new Xbox consoles. Interested gamers can pre-order right now.

The new accessories revealed by PowerA include:

If any of these new accessories captured your attention, you can pre-order from both PowerA and Amazon right now, with the accessories officially launching on November 10 (you guessed it, that's also the release date of the new Xbox consoles). The controllers cater to gamers who still prefer a wired connection and add some key features to give you the edge, while PowerA's charging accessories aim to keep your controllers energized without a big price tag.

The only thing missing here is one of the best headsets for Xbox Series X and S, but we've got you covered there.

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