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REACT-R CONTROLLER DESIGNS REVEALED

The gaming headset and accessory giant Turtle Beach Corporation unveils three new colorways for its designed for Xbox Turtle Beach REACT-R Controller. Red, Nebula, and Pixel Green join the original Black and White/Lavender colors to further expand Turtle Beach’s growing game controller lineup.

The new Red, Nebula, and Pixel Green REACT-R Controller colorways also improve upon the original by adding two additional rumble motors for added vibration effects. “The REACT-R Controller is extremely popular with gamers because of the wealth of features it offers for a very competitive price,” said Cris Keirn, Interim CEO & SVP of Global Sales, Turtle Beach Corporation.

“Not only are we expanding our controller range with new colors, but we’re offering even more value as we’ve upgraded the rear triggers, resulting in a controller that looks great and delivers unbeatable performance.”

Gamers on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows PCs can plug in any wired 3.5mm headset into the REACT-R Controller for an instant audio upgrade that includes Turtle Beach’s patented and exclusive Superhuman Hearing sound setting.

Superhuman Hearing offers a competitive advantage by letting players hear key audio cues like approaching enemy footsteps, nearby enemy weapon reloads, and enemy vehicles in the distance. Controls for game and chat volume balance and mic mute are also perfectly integrated into the controller for easy access while gaming.

Thanks to the REACT-R Controller’s ergonomic shape and textured grips, handles, and triggers, you can play longer and stay in control. Two mappable quick-action buttons on the backside of the controller let players customize their controls for quicker reactions.

Feel the rumble of explosions, or the recoil of a gunshot with vibration feedback thanks to dual rumble motors in the REACT-R’s handles and near the triggers. The REACT-R Controller is the perfect companion for any wired gaming headset, such as Turtle Beach’s best-selling Recon 70 or Recon 50 series headsets.