The Xbox One Controller is a well-evolved version of the Xbox 360 controller that features similar yet refined form.
The analog sticks have improved with an indented middle and better resistance. The face button markers hold a bright color to jet out from a deep back background.
The LB and RB buttons are thicker but remain the same limited click functionality.
The new analog triggers are positioned outward for a better position against each index finger. In addition, the enhanced sensory feedback for each trigger is the smartest addition to the product. New motors behind each button provide an unexpected jolt of vibration. The feature worked particularly well in Forza Motorsport 5, where the acceleration and brake popped with excellent feedback.
The Xbox One controller will be sold this Nov. at $59.99.