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MSI teases Force game controllers

Posted on Tuesday, October 03 2017 @ 13:27:03 CEST by


Somewhat unexpectedly, MSI just announced two gaming controllers that can be used for consoles, the PC, or mobile platforms. Both models are equipped with force feedback, the Force GC20 is a wired edition while the Force GC30 can be used in wired or wireless mode. MSI says these controllers will ship sometime later this quarter.

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MSI, leader in true gaming hardware, today announces an all-new series of game controller, named Force. The Force GC30 and Force GC20 controllers are specifically designed for use on multiple platforms including Windows, Android and popular gaming consoles. PC gamers will be able to enjoy their sports, racing and role-playing games with the comfort of these new controllers.

MSI Force Gaming controllers
For an optimal gaming experience, both the GC30 and GC20 controllers feature an 8-way D-pad (directional pad) with a replaceable metal cover kept in place by a premium magnetic design. Depending on the type of game like ACT, FPS or RPG, you can easily choose your preferred cover. Ergonomically designed, the new Force controllers feature rubber side grips on both handles to ensure a solid grip for long–term play. Equipped with dual vibration motors, GC30 and GC20 controllers are able to use haptic feedback to enhance the gaming experience and provide an additional dimension of sensory input.

The Force GC30 controller can be used in both wireless and wired modes, while the Force GC20 can only be operated wired. Supporting multiple platforms, both gaming controllers can easily switch between the different modes that allow them to connect to various devices.




 



 

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