Project xCloud arrives in September, which is why manufacturers are starting to unveil accessories to accompany this launch.
September is shaping up to be a busy month for Microsoft. In addition to the potential takeover of TikTok, redmond’s firm is preparing to launch its Project xCloud. For this occasion, Microsoft will unveil many accessories to date Xbox games on your smartphone. The most anticipated accessory is undoubtedly the Razer Kishi in Xbox version, this controller capable of turning your smartphone into a real console. Nintendo and its Switch Lite just have to keep up. The Razer Kishi is available now for $100.
Even more incredible, the 8BitDo brand specializing in retro gaming has just released a SN30 Pro controller in partnership with Xbox. Like the Razer Kishi, this controller adapts to your smartphone by taking the design of the timeless SNES. The SN30 Pro will be available in the U.S. and a few other markets around the world starting September 21 for just $45.
Controllers, but not only!
In addition to these two controllers, the xCloud project is expected to unveil a final one on September 15: the MOGA XP5-X. Closer to traditional Xbox controllers, it has been designed entirely for mobile gaming. The MOGA XP5-X will be more accessible than the Razer Kishi, with a price tag of $74. You can pre-order it today.
After going around the controllers, it’s time to talk to you about another essential accessory to play in good conditions: the helmet. SteelSeries didn’t do things halfway by introducing its Arctis 1 wireless headset dedicated to Xbox players. The latter carries a USB-C port that guarantees you the best audio qualities to be attentive to the slightest suspicious noises in the middle of the game. Like the Arctis 9X, there is a good chance that the Arctis 1 will offer active noise reduction. For mobile gamers, this headset is now available for $100.