Nacon Revolution Pro Controller 3 Launched Today


It was only a little over a month ago that I wrote about the reveal of the Nacon Revolution Pro Controller 3 by Bigben Interactive. I'm actually quite a fan of the Nacon range of products, particularly their controllers, of which the Revolution Pro Controller 3 looks to be the culmination of everything so far, up there and on par with the Revolution Unlimited Pro, which I reviewed earlier this year.

As I mentioned in my previous piece, the features of the Revolution Pro Controller 3 are as follows:

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  • Wired connection via USB-C cable (3m length)
  • PS, SHARE, OPTIONS buttons
  • Touch pad
  • 4 shortcut buttons (S1/S2/S3/S4)
  • Dual customisable sticks with 46° amplitude 
  • 4* or 8-way directional pad
  • 3.5mm headset jack for audio and chat
  • LED player status indicator
  • 2x customisable* vibration motors
  • Internal weight compartments and 6 additional weights included (2x10g, 2x14g, 2x16g)
  • Textured finish to the controller’s casing 
  • Hard storage case included
  • Compatible with PC games in PC Advanced Mode**

Back control panel

  • Game mode selection button (1-PS4 / 2-PS4 Advanced / 3-PC Advanced**)
  • Profile selection button (4x PS4™ and 4x PC** profiles stored in the controller)

Software interface (Advanced modes)

  • Button mapping and shortcuts customisation
  • Adjust the response curve of each stick
  • Adjust the sensitivity and dead-band of each trigger
  • Independently adjust the vibration motors intensity 
  • Change the right stick light for a custom look
  • Live testing area 

Bigben and Nacon have launched the controller today, it now is available in stores across Europe, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, India and the Middle East at an RRP of between €99.90 to €109.90, though the company makes it clear that the prices are fixed freely by the partnering retailers and will vary from region to region. Keep an eye out here for a review, as I intend on reviewing this as I did two earlier Nacon controllers.