Xbox users have been impatiently waiting for the release of the Cyberpunk 2077 controller. Being a limited edition product, fans’ interest has rapidly grown, being more and more intrigued by the impressive features that the company is planning on showing.
A recent picture has appeared on the internet and is showing fans the design of the controller. It was initially posted on the Amazon Canda website.
The controller presents a two-color design, being as well equipped with the famous logo of the most known manufacturer, Arasaka. It was incidentally introduced on the 15th of April by the CD Project. The picture was displayed on the twitter account of the critical source of gaming rumors, Lbabinz.
Even though there has not been any official declaration from the giant Microsoft or CD Project, fans appreciate the unique design displayed. In addition to this, a release date was listed as well, and the controller is expected to be available for purchase on the 4th of May.
More About Cyberpunk 2077
The description on Amazon is providing all the necessary information about the forthcoming release. It is a limited edition with an exciting design, whose inspiration is the cult cyberpunk character called Johnny.
The controller offers cutting-edge technology, being the key to survival and facilitating the users to experience more professionally the gaming experience than before. The button section is completely redesigned with the user’s comfort in mind, is compatible as well with any 3.5mm stereo headset jack.
Some official declarations are available online and fans can even enjoy an exclusive interview with the producer, Richard Borzymowski, on the topic of inspiration of this product and the impact it has on the gaming experience.
The official release date of the Cyberpunk 2077 has been scheduled on the 17th of September 2020, after a series of delays. It will be available for Xbox users, as well as for PC fans.
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