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Razer controllers for Xbox One, PS4, and Android are discounted at Amazon

The Razer Wolverine Ultimate controller is $30 off

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A producy shot of the Razer Junglecat split Android controller Image: Razer

Razer is mostly known as a PC retailer, but Amazon’s latest sale on Razer devices is geared toward console and mobile gamers. A new Amazon deal that dropped on Monday is discounting Razer controllers for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Android.

The highlight of this sale is definitely the Razer Wolverine Ultimate, a customizable controller for Xbox One and PC. The Wolverine Ultimate is the first controller with Razer’s Chroma program, which allows you to customize your gamepad’s lighting or sync it with compatible games for a fully immersive experience. Usually $159.99, the Razer Wolverine Ultimate is currently discounted to $129.99.

Razer’s Xbox One-compatible Atrox Tournament Arcade Stick is also discounted in Monday’s deal, down from $199.99 to $169.99. The fully moddable fight stick also includes an internal storage compartment with slots for its extra buttons, screwdriver, and cable. PlayStation 4 fighting game players, on the other hand, can save $20 off Razer’s PS4 fightpad, the Razer Raion, down to $79.99.

Finally, for the mobile gamers, Razer and Amazon are discounting the Razer Junglecat, a dual-sided controller that fits on either side of an Android phone. It’s on sale for $89.99, which is $10 off MSRP.

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