The SCUF Forza Elite controller can make you a better FM 7 driver
There’s good news for Forza Motorsport 7 fans who were longing for a new controller. Now, there’s a new option available, and it’s coming from Scuf, one of the leading third-party controller manufacturers. Scuf managed to create an excellent branded Xbox One Elite controller explicitly made for Forza. Check out some of its essential features.
Meet the new Forza Motorsport 7 controller
Scuf Gaming teamed up with Porsche and Turn 10 Studios to design the limited edition Scuf Forza Elite controller celebrating the release of Forza Motorsport 7.
The controller was inspired by the Porsche 911 GT2 RS the cover car for Forza Motorsport 7. The front design is custom-crafted with an exclusive silver finish, black carbon fiber accents, red and black racing stripes, and the Forza logo. The handles are made of Alcantara leather featured in the 911 Porsches.
The limited edition controller also comes with Scuf’s signature paddles, hair triggers and more key functionalities used by more than 90% of pro gamers out there. It also features the iconic Porsche Crest in a vivid color set. The paddles are made of high-quality metal, and they transcend the back of the controller for perfect reach and use.
The thumbsticks provide gamers great grip and optimal comfort to achieve optimal driving performance in Forza Motorsport 7.
Scuf Gaming teamed up with Microsoft to help bring the innovative and patented products of the company to more and more consumers and gamers.
The controller is available in two options: for $300 and $370 if you want to get bundled up with a model car used for promotion. Don’t waste any more time and hurry up to get your Scuf controller because these controllers are targeted mainly at the most hardcore audience, and they’ll sell like hotcakes.
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