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PowerA planning Hades controller for Switch

Posted on September 22, 2021 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Hades PowerA controller

Update (9/22): After more than a month of waiting, pre-orders for the Hades Switch controller have opened. You can reserve it on Amazon here.

Original (8/16): We’ve seen PowerA make a variety of controllers for Switch over the years, many of which have been themed after Nintendo-published games. Now, however, the company has unveiled another design featuring a third-party title – that being Hades.

Here’s everything you need to know about the controller:

Officially licensed by Nintendo, this PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller for Nintendo combines beauty and performance. Each rechargeable controller features world-class design along with awesome gaming features Program two mappable Advanced Gaming Buttons on-the-fly, tilt your way through turns with motion controls, and enjoy up to 30 hours of gameplay on a single charge. So great, you may never want to put it down. Includes a 10ft (3m) USB-C charge cable, plus PowerA backs all products for 2-years to reinforce quality commitment. Controller can be used when Nintendo Switch is docked or undocked. Does not support HD rumble, IR, or amiibo NFC. Multiple variables affect battery life estimate.

Key Features

– Wireless controller with Bluetooth 5.0 technology + Rechargeable lithium-ion battery: Up to 30 hours per charge
– Two mappable Advanced Gaming Buttons + Embedded anti-friction Rings for smooth thumbstick control
– Superior ergonomics for hours of comfortable gaming + Classic intuitive Nintendo button layout
– Low battery warning LED indicator + Includes 10ft (3m) USB-C charge cable

And here’s a closer look:

Amazon is listing the Hades controller for release on September 17. We’ll give you a heads up when pre-orders open.

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