Some games, like first-person shooters, are just better with the mouse and keyboards you find on PCs. And now that consoles are basically just PCs with better quality control, why are gamers stuck with analog sticks? Why indeed, Razer asks.
As big games like Fortnite push for more and more cross-platform play, Microsoft has taken the light and at least some of PC-style control schemes , Razer is making the first combo officially designed for this functionality. The Turret is a mouse and keyboard set that uses high-speed RF wireless and a slide-out mousepad to make controlling games on the couch as comfy as possible. It's up for pre-order on the official Microsoft store right now, shipping in early 201
This is the second Razer product to carry the Turret name and a little bit diminutive mouse and things like the NVIDIA SHIELD. Razer's full-sized mechanical key switches and fully programmable RGB lighting.
A neat trick to help with the somewhat awkward form factor: the mouse and mousepad use gentle magnets to keep the former from slipping off the latter. Since it uses a USB dongle, the set is compatible with PCs, too.
In the Microsoft system, Razer says: "Xbox developers have to make it available in Microsoft's system." multiplayer titles are on board, including the aforementioned Fortnite, Minecraft, Warframe, DayZ, and War Thunder . Is it a competitive advantage worthy of your Xbox?