Starfield Xbox Controller is now available to Buy for $79.99

Starfield Xbox Controller is now available to Buy for $79.99

The Starfield Xbox Controller is currently available for $79.99 from Best Buy and $79.99 / £69.99 from the Microsoft Store. We repeat: this is not a preorder; it can be ordered and shipped immediately. Best Buy currently sells the Starfield Xbox Wireless Headset for $124.99. Last but not least, Pro Members of GameStop still have access to preorders for the Constellation Edition ($299.99), and our dedicated preorder guide contains information on everything else associated with Starfield. For additional reports on preorders from different retailers like Amazon, remain tuned, or follow @IGNDeals on Twitter.

Despite the fact that it was leaked prior to the Xbox Games Showcase, the Starfield controller has now been officially announced. It appears to be a stylish, if minimalist, controller that should make a great addition to any collection.

The Xbox button is colored in red below the analog sticks, and the d-pad and triggers are golden. The controller is mostly white.

In addition, Western Digital will soon offer new SSD expansion cards for third-party Xbox accessories. The 500GB card will cost $79.99, while the 1TB card will cost $149.99, which is the same as the price of the Seagate 1TB storage expansion card. The two designs are as of now accessible to arrange on Western Computerized’s site, Best Purchase likewise has a posting, yet just for the 1TB model.

The Xbox Deals Unlocked sale is also currently available, offering deals on Xbox games and other discounts. One example is the Electric Volt Xbox Controller, which is now only $39.99, saving a total of $25 during the sale. Additionally, the standard Seagate Game Drive for Xbox 2TB—without the Starfield theme—is currently available for just $79.99 from Best Buy.

The release of Starfield was initially scheduled for November 11, 2022, but it was pushed back to May 2022. Check out Starfield’s official gameplay reveal from June 2022 for more information, as well as everything we learned about the game from our interview with Todd Howard of Bethesda Game Studios and the reasons why we think Starfield needs to land perfectly, especially after Redfall’s problems.

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