Delta Six FPS Gaming Controller

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

As first person shooter players ourselves, we could fully appreciate the work put into the Delta Six Gaming Controller.

With franchises like Call of Duty and Battlefield releasing the most popular titles of all time, product inventor David Kotkin felt the need to create a more realistic in-battle experience with this gaming controller. Shaped like an actual assault rifle, the Delta Six was introduced to make you feel like you are actually part of the game you are playing. Compatible with the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and even PC games, the AR controller integrates all of the game’s controls right into the gun, and also produces gun recoil when a shot is fired,  allows you strafe from side to side by titling the gun, reload by tapping the magazine clip, and so much more. Head on over to Kickstarter to support the project, and see this thing in action below.

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