MSI Announces Force GC30 and GC20 Controllers, Compatible with PC, Android & Consoles

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MSI announced two new Force controllers, the GC30 and GC20. These will probably be appropriate multiple platforms including Windows PC, Android devices and “popular”, yet unspecified video games.

You can find an excerpt through the news release below. Product pages aren’t up yet, unfortunately.

For an ideal gaming experience, both GC30 and GC20 controllers feature an 8-way D-pad (directional pad) with a replaceable metal cover residing in place by the premium magnetic design. According to the sort of game like ACT, FPS or RPG, you can easily choose your chosen cover. Ergonomically designed, the new Force controllers feature rubber side grips on handles to make sure that a thorough grip for long-term play. Pre-loaded with dual vibration motors, GC30 and GC20 controllers is able to use haptic feedback to increase the gaming experience and gives a further dimension of sensory input.

The Force GC30 controller can be used in wireless and wired modes, although Force GC20 can just be operated wired. Supporting multiple platforms, both gaming controllers can potentially switch relating to the different modes that allow them to get connected to various devices.

The new MSI Force GC30 and GC20 controllers are hoped for to be presented in Q4 2017.

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