This Wednesday Xbox introduced its new wireless control: ‘Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core’. The new controller features adjustable tension control levers, a wrap-around rubber grip and shorter trigger locks.

As with all Elite controllers, gamers will have access to unlimited customization and custom button mapping options in the Xbox Accessories app.


The cost of the ‘Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core’ lower than the version available in the market. It will have a suggested price of 599,900 pesos in Colombia, while the traditional version will have a suggested price of 899,900 pesos.

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Complete component pack sold separately at 289,900. This package consists of:

– Carrying bag
– Charging dock
– Two classic ‘joysticks’
– A high joystick
– A dome ‘joystick’
– A cross-shaped D-pad
– Set of 4 knives: two medium and two mini
– USB-C cable

The command is on pre-sale starting this September 7 And it has a one-year warranty.

The company launched in Colombia last week. ‘Family & Friends’ plan for your Game Pass subscription serviceIt allows connecting up to five accounts for a single fee of 49,900 pesos per month.

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The company states on its website that if you have accrued time on your individual subscription, that will change when you switch to a family plan. The change happens as follows:

If any… :

– Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for 30 days, Xbox Game Friends and Family for up to 18 days.
– Become 30-day Xbox Game Pass (Console) or PC Game Pass, 12-day Xbox Game Pass Friends and Family.
– 30 days of Xbox Live Gold, 12 days of Xbox Game Pass Friends and Family.
– 30 days of EA Play will be equivalent to 6 days of Xbox Game Pass Friends and Family.

Source: Exame

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