Grab one of the best PC controllers for when your keyboard and mouse simply won't do.
We love the Wolverine's swappable sticks and D-pad, and its extra clicky face buttons feel really satisying. Still, it's a shame it can't connect to a PC wirelessly
If don't want to go down the official Mircosoft route, the Instinct Pro is a great alternative. Terrific customization, like changeable thumbsticks and removable flaceplates, make it easy to recommend.
Though its feature support is limited on PC, the DualSense feels hugely satisfying to hold. Hopefully official drivers will be released that will let PC games take advantage of those absorbing "Adaptive" triggers.
The latest Xbox controller proves to be as comfortable as ever. New features like rear textured grips and a share button take an already great pad and make it that much better.
With buttons that feel satisfying, the Spectra Infinity's unique edge lighting, and three-way trigger locks that prove great for comopetitive shooters, there's a lot to love here.
Everything about the Series 2 screams luxury. The near-endless customization options give you an unparalleled level of control. It's the best controller around, although it should be at $185/£160.