Nacon the Company Known for Making Custom Pro Controllers for PlayStation Announces Partnership with Xbox

Nacon is a french video game company that publishes video games on many platforms and designs and distributes video gaming accessories. You may have heard of the Nacon revolution series of controllers specifically designed for the Pro players. Other than gaming peripherals, the Test Drive unlimited game series is one of the most popular games they published.

Nacon Revolution Unlimited Pro and Razer Raiju tournament editions are the only controllers that can compete with the mighty Xbox Elite controller series since Sony does not make pro controllers itself. Sony did release a back button accessory for DS4 last year, though it was not well received.

Nacon announced a partnership between Xbox and itself to develop custom peripherals such as controllers for the Xbox consoles and PC during their online game event called Nacon Connect. The partnership is the only logical step ahead for the company as it has already sold around 3 million officially licensed PS4 controllers.

The company did not specify whether the partnership bound them to make Xbox controllers exclusively, or they could produce custom controllers for PlayStation as well. If the former is the case here, then Sony would have to look into developing custom solutions for Pro players itself.

Other than the announcement, they also revealed a bunch of new games. These include Rougebook, which is a rouge-like deck builder, Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown, which is an open-world driving and lifestyle experience. Moreover, they also announced two fantasy RPGs, Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong, and Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood. Both these games are set to release on all platforms in 2021, but the later has a set release date of 4th Feb 2021.

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