Scuf today unveiled two new controllers: one built on the company’s popular Infinity line and another redesigned from the ground up specifically for the PlayStation 4.
The Scuf Infinity Pro starts at $129.95 and the Scuf Impact starts at $139.95. Both models are compatible with the PlayStation 4 and the PC.
The Impact includes four removable paddles recessed into the back of the controller body, and an improved cable retention system. It is 6mm wider than the Infinity, to make room for the two additional paddles.
The Infinity Pro includes a slew of features that have been updated from the Infinity line of controllers including a new recessed paddle design, and improved switch technology and circuit boards.
Here’s a rundown of the features both controllers include:
- Wireless play with Bluetooth or wired through a micro USB cable.
- The Scuf paddle control system, which now comes with a 12-month paddle replacement policy and more durable paddles.
- Interchangeable thumbsticks. Players can choose from four (short domed, short concave, long domed, long concave) with the Pro or five with the Impact (the extra is a standard PS4 thumbstick).
- Military-grade textured grips.
- Electromagnetic remapping which allows on-the-fly remapping of the back paddles to any face button.
The controllers also both feature Scuf’s new trigger system. That includes quick shift trigger stops, which shorten the travel distance on a trigger pull; mechanical tuning of the trigger latency; and trigger covers and extenders that can be clipped onto the controller.
And for those of you who worry over the size of the controller, here’s the specs:
Infinity Pro: 6.33 x 3.91 x 2.83 inches
Impact: 6.77 x 4.06 x 2.72 inches.
If you’re interested in after-market gamepads for your console or PC, make sure you check out our guide to controllers right here.