Razer’s Premium PS5 Controller Is Available For A Low Price


If you’re after a controller for your PS5 or PC that has more customization features than the standard DualSense, you might to check out this deal on the Razer Wolverine V2 Pro. Over at eBay, you can get a refurbished Wolverine V2 Pro for only $159. The Wolverine V2 Pro regularly costs $250, so this is a pretty great deal, especially since the controller has the eBay-certified refurbished stamp of approval and is guaranteed to look and function like a new controller.

Razer Wolverine V2 Pro

Better yet, the controller comes with a two-year warranty and is sold by a Top Rated Plus seller. If the controller doesn’t meet your standards, you can return it for free within 30 days (you also get free shipping).

Each controller has been restored directly by Razer. The Wolverine V2 Pro is an interesting alternative to the premium DualSense Edge–that one costs $200 new–as you’re getting a controller with Razer’s mecha-tactile face and shoulder buttons that have shorter actuaction distance, an eight-way microswitch D-pad for more accurate gaming, and trigger locks (no adaptive triggers).

There are also six remappable buttons, interchangeable thumbsticks, and Razer’s trademark flair via chroma RGB lighting that snakes its way across the device. With the Razer controller app, which is available on mobile and PC, you can remap inputs and set up custom profiles.

Overall, this is a solid controller to consider for competitive gaming in fighting game and first-person shooter genres. Plus, it has offset analog sticks, so if you favor the Xbox controller layout, that’s a big plus. f you are looking to pick up one brand-new right out of the Razer factory and you don’t mind paying extra, Amazon is selling the controller for $230 (normally $250). The eBay deal is a pretty big savings in comparison for this premium peripheral–and the refurbished model should look and operate the same.

For more gaming deals, check out Amazon’s massive sale on accessories like gaming mice, headsets, and keyboards.