Hardware manufacturer Razer will open pre-orders for its Xbox 360-compatible Atrox Arcade Stick on May 21, the company announced today.
The Atrox Arcade Stick is built with "modding enthusiasts" in mind, according to the product page. Razer designed the body of the arcade stick to be easily accessible, opening with the press of a single button, so users can customize the button and joystick layout, as well as swap out the top panel with different designs.
Razer announced the Atrox at the 2011 Tokyo Game Show, stating the company would seek input from the fighting games community throughout the hardware's development. The final version of the Stick includes tournament-grade components, including high-quality Sanwa Denshi buttons and interchangeable sticks.
The official licensed Xbox 360 stick will cost $199.99 and is slated to ship in June. Pre-orders are available through Razer's website.