The Razer Kishi V2 for Android has just launched, and it builds upon its predecessor by adding several new features like a simplified bridge for a more stable feel and universal smartphone compatibility. To ensure mobile gaming remains comfortable during long play sessions, Kishi V2 incorporates a comfortable grip in a highly portable form-factor.
Plus, there’s an all-new Share buttonm which allows gamers to quickly capture the perfect still or record video clips to share as well as dual multi-function buttons and the ability to launch the Razer Nexus app at the push of a button. It’s available now, priced at $99.99 USD. However, using the Fisher Price Xbox controller to play Elden Ring is just so much cooler.
- Console Quality Mobile Gaming Controls: Designed with microswitch buttons, analog triggers, and programmable macros to bring console-quality control to your phone
- Universal Fit with Extendable Bridge: Features a stable, extendable bridge that provides a secure fit for most popular Android smartphones
- Stream PC and Console Games: Play full PC, Xbox and PlayStation games directly on your phone, with support for the biggest game streaming apps
- Optimized for Maximum Performance: Utilize your smartphone’s USB-C connection to eliminate input latency, allow for seamless control—and passthrough charging
- Powered by the Razer Nexus App: Browse through hundreds of compatible games, record and share gameplay, and keep your Kishi updated with an integrated app that allows full customizability
The original Razer Kishi blew the doors open for a new category of console-quality controls for the mobile gaming market, and we’re thrilled that Kishi V2 is pushing that experience forward in every possible way. With the cutting-edge technology that we’ve packed into Kishi V2, players can now enjoy the same look and feel of their favorite console and PC games wherever they go without skipping a beat,” said Richard Hashim, Razer’s Head of Mobile & Console Division.