Turtle Beach introduces three new color options for React-R

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Turtle Beach Corporation, a leading figure in gaming headsets and accessories, today unveiled a set of three new colors for the Turtle Beach REACT-R controller specifically designed for Xbox.

These new colors include Red, Nebula and Pixel Green, adding to the original Black and White/Lavender options, further expanding Turtle Beach’s growing line of gaming controllers.

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New color variations for the REACT-R controller, enhanced play experience and unique style

The Red, Nebula and Green Pixel variants of the REACT-R Controller they offer a additional value compared to the original, presenting two vibration motors which amplify the tactile experience.

The acclaimed original REACT-R Controller has earned acclaim from fans and critics alike, with numerous editorial accolades. GamesRadar+ called it “An exceptional value offering for its price”, while The Verge rated it “Easily Recommendable”.

The new variants of color, Rosso, Nebula e Verde Pixelof the REACT-R Controller by Turtle Beach are immediately available for purchase at www.turtlebeach.com and at select retailers in Asia.

Additionally, you can pre-order in the US, UK, and Europe.

Such new color options they will be available for purchase from September 22, 2023 in the UK and in Europaand from October 1, 2023 in the United States, at the price recommended retail of 34,99 euro.

“The REACT-R Controller is extremely popular with gamers for the wealth of features it offers at a very competitive price point,” said Cris Keirn, Interim CEO & SVP of Global Sales, Turtle Beach Corporation. “Not only are we expanding our lineup of controllers with new colors, but we’re delivering even greater value with updated rear triggers, resulting in a controller that looks great and performs unbeatably.”

Gamers who own an Xbox Series X|S console, Xbox One, or Windows PC can connect any headphones with 3.5mm cable to the REACT-R controller, thus achieving a Immediate audio improvement which includes exclusive sound technology Superhuman Hearing patented by Turtle Beach.

The effect has been proven Superhuman Hearing offers a significant competitive advantageallowing players to detect crucial sound signals such as the footsteps of approaching enemies, the reloading of nearby enemy weapons, and the presence of enemy vehicles in the distance.

All controls to adjust the volume of the game and conversations, as well as the muting function of the microphone, are seamlessly integrated into the controller to allow easy access during gaming sessions.

The controller REACT-R presents a ergonomic design that ensures extended gaming sessions and optimal control, with textured grips, levers and triggers for a firm grip.

Also, two programmable quick buttons located on the back of the controller allow players to customize controls for greater responsiveness.

Thanks to the dual rumble motors positioned in the REACT-R grips and near the triggers, it is possible to feel the vibrations of explosions or gunfire, adding another level of tactile feedback. The REACT-R controller is the ideal companion to any wired gaming headset, such as Turtle Beach’s renowned Recon 70 or Recon 50 headset series.

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