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HexGaming Unleashes the Rival Pro Controller for PlayStation 5
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HexGaming Unleashes the Rival Pro Controller for PlayStation 5

These custom controllers won't come cheap, but they do sport cool features.

While competitive eSports gamers rely on pro-style controllers, the nicer hardware can benefit co-op and solo players too. HexGaming is one of the leading providers of custom controllers for today's console. Today, the company launched the Rival Pro Controller for PlayStation 5, an elite controller that offers remappable buttons, interchangeable thumbsticks, and more.

The Rival Pro Controller is a customizable DualSense 5. Gamers can select from a number of pre-built controllers (all with custom artwork) or even customize their own, selecting individual colors and features. Remappable buttons are found on the back of the controller.

A closer explanation of the Rival Pro Controller's unique features:

Interchangeable thumbsticks, play wired or wireless, switch thumbsticks in seconds, and remappable rear buttons configurations on the fly.
Players can activate the remap program during the game and assign a maximum 15 buttons (X, O, Triangle, Square, Up, Down, Left, Right, L1, L2, R1, R2, L3, R3, Touchpad ) to the rear buttons.
6-in-1 interchangeable thumbsticks, 3 different heights, 2 different ergonomic thumb grip design, domed or concave. Gamers can operate the controller flexibly, capture targets faster and improve accuracy.

HexGaming also offers a Rival Pro Controller with Rubberized Grips and Flash Shot. This style adds a few extra features:

  • High-performance Grip
  • Hair Trigger Clicky
  • LBRB Bumper Clicky

HexGaming Rival Pro Controller

Gamers with ample funds and a desire for increased precision in their controls can head to HexGaming and grab the Rival Pro Controller for PlayStation 5 for $199. The Rival Pro Controller with Rubberized Grips and Flash Shot sells for $279. Just be sure to let your co-op buddy have a turn with it, okay?