If you thought the Microsoft was over with the customization of their consoles, it seems like Turn10 has decided to chime in into the Xbox community’s enthusiasm. With Turn10 officially showcasing their new partnership with Porsche, Turn10 has come up with a Limited Edition SCUF Elite controller to take your enthusiasm to the next level.

Inspired by the Porsche 911 GT2 RS, a key car in Forza Motorsport 7, the SCUF Forza Elite Controller features an excellent metallic paint design with leather grippings at its sides along with black and red accents throughout the controller body. The excitement doesn’t end there, their limited edition comes with a SCUF branded 1/43 scale model of the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS as well for collectors to keep close to their hearts.

Here’s what this $369.95 controller would get you:

  • Xbox Elite Wireless Controller with 3.5mm stereo headset jack
  • 4 SCUF ELITE Paddles
  • 4 Xbox Elite Paddles
  • 6 SCUF Thumbsticks:
    • standard concave (2)
    • tall concave (1)
    • tall domed (1)
    • medium concave (1)
    • medium domed (1)
  • 2 SCUF Alcantara Leather Handles
  • 2 D-pads: faceted and standard
  • SCUF Paddle Hatch with Porsche Crest
  • 911 GT2 RS Carrying Case
  • 911 GT2 RS Certificate of Authenticity
  • USB Cable
  • AA Batteries
  • Quick Setup Guide
  • Product Manual

If you’re willing to pay top-buck for it, just remember that there’s only 500 in store if you want the full bundle. If you’re just looking for the controller, there’s 2000 of them available for grabs when its open for pre-orders on the 7th of October. Pre-orders aren’t open yet. However, players could opt-in for an email notification to find out when the controller is available. Sadly, it seems like North American players would be able to devour the controller for themselves. Maybe next time, ROW Xbox enthusiasts, right?

For those looking to get the 2000 controllers, those controllers are going to be available at the Microsoft Store, meanwhile the full bundle is exclusive to SCUF’s online website.

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