The PlayStation 4 Finally Gets Its First Wireless Third-Party Controller

And it looks exactly like an Xbox One controller.

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Hori Onyx’s Wireless Controller is the first third-party wireless gamepad to be released with Sony‘s cosign, and surprisingly enough, it takes a lot of its layout queues from the Xbox One. The controller features the shape, asymmetrical stick layout, and D-pad of the Xbox One.

It lacks the PlayStation 4‘s signature lightbar on the back, however, it still functions with the console without it. It even lacks a speaker like the PlayStation 4 controller does, making some experiences with sound non-existent. Like almost all of Sony’s licensed PS4 controllers, the Hori Onyx is only available in Europe. It also has no U.S. release plans or a price point announced as of yet. What are you thoughts on the new controller?

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