Razer Kishi V2 gaming controller is now available for iPhone users
In June, Razer announced its second generation Kishi game controller. While it was exclusive to Android phones, the company today unveiled the iPhone version of its Nintendo-Switch as Joy-Cons.
As previously covered by 9to5Toys when the Razer Kishi V2 was announced a few months ago, this product brings “console quality controls” for “the ultimate mobile gaming experience”.
This product requires iOS 15.4 or later and is compatible with:
- iPhone 13 series;
- iPhone 12 series;
- iPhone 11 series;
- iPhone XS, XS Max and XR;
- iPhone X;
- iPhone 8 models;
- iPhone 7 models;
- iPhone 6s models;
- All iPhone SE models
“We’re bringing 16 years of Razer’s greatest innovations from PC and console gaming into the mobile iOS space with true universal compatibility for iPhone gamers everywhere,” said Richard Hashim, Head of Mobile and Console Division. from Razer. “Gamers on the iOS platform can expect an enhanced ultra-premium experience when using the Kishi V2 mobile controller designed exclusively for the iPhone.”
The Razer Kishi V2 for iPhone features high-quality inputs with new micro-switch touch controls inspired by the Razer Wolverine V2 console controllers. Users will also be able to use the two programmable multi-function buttons and the Share button, allowing gamers to quickly capture the perfect in-game photos or video clips.
Additionally, the Kishi V2 incorporates an improved design with a comfortable grip and a portable form factor. It also supports the Razer Nexus app, which users can launch with the press of a button to access installed games, stream to YouTube, browse over a thousand compatible games, and more.
The product is available now for $99 and you can find it in the Razer Store in select markets.
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