Grab yourself a discount on this modernized Xbox Wireless Controller. The Xbox Core Controller brings a redesigned and modernized aesthetic and usually costs around the $60 mark. Right now, it can be yours for just $49.99.

This Xbox Core Controller comes finished in stunning Carbon Black or Robot White and features a new sculpted surface and refined geometry. It’s designed for enhanced comfort and effortless control during those long marathon gaming sessions. There is also textured grip on the triggers, bumpers, and back case and a brand new hybrid D-pad for accurate input that takes your gaming to the next level but that also feels familiar to the experienced Xbox gamer.

Gamers can also download the Xbox Accessories application to customize the controller and set up unique button mapping. Additionally, owners can take audio to the next level and plug in any compatible headset with the integrated 3.5mm audio headset jack.

As you’d expect from a brand new redesigned controller, the Core also includes Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth technology for wireless gaming on supported consoles, Windows 10 PCs, Android phones, and tablets. For now, if you have an iOS device, then you are out luck as support is coming in the future. You can also seamlessly capture and share content such as screenshots, recordings, and more with the new Share button that’s built directly into the controller.

If you are in the mood to receive a 17% discount on your brand new Xbox Core Controller, then you know exactly what to do. Head on over to the provided download link below to check out any additional details that may need to know. There are no discount codes or coupons needed to achieve the price that you see, which means that you just need to pop it into your cart and checkout before the deal is revoked and the price goes back to normal.

Buy: Xbox Core Controller – Carbon Black from Amazon: $49.99 | Original price: $60

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