Nacon’s Revolution Unlimited Pro controller for PlayStation 4 has been redeployed this year just in time for the latest entry in Activision’s flagship franchise. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is already a hit, immersing FPS fans in another inspirational story with another comprehensive multiplayer product.
Whether you’re shooting down hordes of undead with zombies, engaging in classified competitive online skirmishes, or preparing for the next season in Warzone, Call of Duty players are the main audience for professional-grade game controllers. is. One of our top picks, and easily the best of Nacon’s recent range, is the Revolution Unlimited Pro.
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There are no secrets or secrets about this premium PS4 gamepad. It’s essentially the 2019 Unlimited Pro skin, packed with all the same finest features in fresh paint, ideal for Call of Duty’s hardcore delegation.
Let’s start with what it looks like. The Nacon Revolution series features a variety of paint jobs and color schemes, including camouflage themes that may appeal to FPS gamers. However, this newly licensed Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War controller is directly inspired by this year’s sequel.
Here, the pros are filled with military-like olive green and black ops iconography. There is a fragment of the American flag with Russian letters pressed up, and a “secret” badge showing the roar of a big cat, a nuclear weapon sandwiched between fangs. Even the PS4 touchpad has been treated as a Cold War, and some of the small text has been roughly censored.
As mentioned in the first review of Nacon Revolution Unlimited Pro, this pad has a large form factor that fits snugly in your hand. An asymmetric stick layout, thick triggers, and a large face button are also plus points with the proper cross keys to activate. Having a matte finish and a textured grip helps to sell its premium look and feel.
Comfort and durability are just two pillars that make a professional controller valuable. Features and customization are just as important to those who take competitive games seriously, and this is where Nacon offers again.
Some may wonder why this design quirk is included, but Nacon once again offered the option to remove the handgrip and insert a miniature weight inside to add more weight. Even at the heaviest, you only need to add 32 grams, but there are options and the way to physically customize the Pro is nice. Interchangeable sticks and shafts are also useful if you want to switch between concave and convex thumb grips while adjusting the diameter of the L3 and R3 sticks.
Then there is the more advanced feature set. Next to the toggle on the back (wired or wireless), you can select one of the four profiles assigned to Unlimited Pro via Nacon’s official PC companion software. Here you can change the trigger sensitivity, response curve, button mapping, etc. to make the actual fine-tuning.
Again, our only real complaint about this controller (and Nacon’s entire PS4 series) is the programmable button. I always felt that the size and position of these four buttons were a little off. To the extent that you avoid using it in multiplayer games, unless you need a particularly useful button shortcut.
Also, for those who just got a new PlayStation 5 (or are doing their best to get it), it’s worth remembering that the PlayStation 4 gamepad is only compatible with PlayStation 4 games on new machines. there is. If you want to combine this with playing Black Ops Cold War on PS5, you can only do it on the PS4 version of the game.
With a suggested retail price of € 179.90, Unlimited Pro’s Black Ops Cold War edition is one of the most expensive PlayStation 4 pads on the market. Here are three new PS5 DualSense controllers. However, as Nacon knows, competitive players are willing to pay for a kit that offers top-notch customization and reliability.
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