A special Captain America: Civil War Xbox One controller is coming in April

The official GamesStop website has started listing an upcoming controller for the Xbox One featuring a skin based on the Marvel film, Captain America: Civil War.

The officially authorized design features Captain America on the left side and Iron-Man on the right with the movie’s logo in the center. The controller would make a good companion to the Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set that launched earlier today on Disney Infinity 3.0 on Xbox One but unfortunately it’s not wireless which may be a turn-off for some gamers.

Due to the wired nature of the controller though, it is a lot cheaper than the wireless ones and is currently selling for US$49.99 at GameStop in the U.S.A.. The controller is also being sold at other GameStop-affiliated stores around the world such as EB Games in Australia where it can be pre-ordered for AU$84.95.

Here’s the official description:

The officially licensed Civil War Controller for XBOX One features all new imagery from Marvel’s 2016 “Captain America: Civil War”. This collectable controller also boasts quality features expected in PowerA controllers officially designed for XBOX One – dual rumble motors, impulse triggers, and a 9.8 foot cord. Show some love for your favorite Avengers with this controller, but we’ll leave it up to you to choose sides. 

Features

  • Officially Licensed for XBOX One
  • Official art from Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War
  • Impulse triggers
  • Dual rumble motors
  • 3.5mm Audio Jack
  • 9.8ft in-line release USB cable

The Xbox One Captain America: Civil War Wired Controller is currently set for an April 15th 2016 release.

Also today, two other new Xbox One controllers were revealed to possibly be in production for release later in 2016, the Copper Shadow Xbox One Controller and the Dusk Shadow Xbox One Controller. Details are scarce on these two new accessories but several images have surfaced online that show what they could look like.

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