What you need to know
- Razer released a version of its mobile Kishi controller that's customized for xCloud.
- The controller adds the Xbox Nexus button, along with View and Menu buttons.
- You can buy the Razer Kishi (Xbox) today for $99.99 at Razer.
Razer today launched a new version of its Kishi controller for mobile gamers, and it's built with Microsoft's xCloud streaming service in mind. The Razer Kishi Xbox edition looks a lot like the original Kishi, but it adds dedicated buttons that Xbox gamers will already be familiar with. Those include the Xbox Nexus, View, and Menu buttons.
The colors of the face buttons now match those of a standard Xbox controller, which is a nice change. However, other than the new buttons, this new Kishi controller is basically the same as the original. The controller still works over a USB-C connection plugged directly into the phone, and it can adjust to fit most Android phones with USB-C.
One major thing of note with this version of the controller is its price: it costs $20 more than the standard Kishi, landing at $99.99. For the money, you'll also get a 14-day trial to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate so you can try xCloud out before dropping money on it.
The Razer Kishi (Xbox) is available now directly from Razer for $99.99. If you want to save a little cash, you can also pick up the original Kishi, which we called "the best way to experience Project xCloud", for $79.99.
Built for xCloud
The Razer Kishi (xCloud) brings a little more Xbox flair, with dedicated Xbox, View, and Menu buttons.
Fixing mobile gaming
Best for Project xCloud
The Razer Kishi controller is the best way to experience streaming services like Project xCloud, Stadia, and more, on your mobile device.
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