8bitDo Zero 2 Wireless Controller

Jun 15, 2018

Category: Tech

8BitDo has already made a name for themselves in the video game world for making some of the most gorgeous retro-styled gaming peripherals ever made. But now they’ve got something even more impressive in their arsenal: a Switch-compatible wireless controller that’s the smallest in the world. They’re calling it the Zero 2.

A follow-up to the original Zero, this one improves upon its predecessor in a number of different ways. As we already mentioned, it works with Nintendo’s ultra-portable Switch gaming console. But it also functions with Android devices and can even be used to game on your PC. This one is also motion enabled – perfect for games like Mario Kart whose gameplay hinges on controller motion. It’s also available in a bevy of different color options, so you can customize it to the rest of your gear. No price has been announced, but it is slated for a release later this year.

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