The peripheral gaming maker Razer announced an updated version of its Kishi gaming controller, the Kishi V2, which now supports Android devices and has touchscreen controls. The Kishi V2 is a mobile gaming controller that connects to your phone via a USB-C port, allowing you to play games on your phone with a traditional controller layout.
The new version comes with an updated design that includes a longer cable and a new button layout to improve comfort and accessibility. It also includes two additional buttons on the back of the controller that can be mapped to any in-game action, making it easier to access important gaming functions.
The Kishi V2 also includes support for touchscreen controls, which allows gamers to use the controller in conjunction with the touchscreen controls on their phone. This feature allows for more precise aiming and movement in games and also allows for more flexibility in terms of control options.
The controller also has an app that allows you to customize the button mapping, create and save profiles for different games, and view battery status. The Kishi V2 is also compatible with the Razer Cortex mobile app, which optimizes your phone for gaming and offers other features like streaming and recording gameplay.
The Razer Kishi V2 is available for purchase now and is priced at $99.99. The controller is compatible with most Android devices, including Samsung Galaxy S20, OnePlus 8, and Google Pixel 4.
This new version of the Kishi controller is a great addition to the gaming community as it supports android phones and has touchscreen controls. The new design and additional buttons will improve the gaming experience, and the ability to customize the controller through the app is a great feature. The Kishi V2 is a good option for mobile gamers who want a more traditional controller experience on their mobile devices.