Controller:Xbox Elite Wireless Controller 2

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Xbox Elite Wireless Controller 2
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XInput support
Predecessor
 Xbox Elite Wireless Controller 2 at Wikipedia

Key points

Natively supported by most modern games.
Controller is improved version of Xbox Elite Wireless Controller with interchangeable back paddles, D-pads and adjustable-tension thumbsticks, as well as shorter hair trigger locks.
The controller allows button-mapping using a Xbox Accessories App on both Xbox One and Windows 10.
Limited configuration of paddles. Official software allows duplicate existing buttons of the controller and assign them to paddles.
Physical switch on controller toggles preset moves on the fly. Three configs can be stored locally on controller and 256 configs in the cloud.
Controllers can be used wired connections (via USB-C) or wirelessly with the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows (supports up to 8 controllers).[1] or Bluetooth connection.
Internal, rechargeable battery with up to 40 hours of battery life per charge. Battery life varies with usage and other factors.

General information

Official website
Official Guide for PC users
Community configs for Xbox Elite Controller
PC Games with Xbox One Controller Support
Preorder

Accessories[edit]

In the box of Elite controller you can find:[2]
  • Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2
  • Carrying case
  • Set of 6 thumbsticks: Standard (2), Classic (2), Tall (1), Wide Dome (1)
  • Set of 4 paddles: Medium (2), Mini (2)
  • Set of 2 D-pads: Standard, Faceted
  • Thumbstick-adjustment tool
  • Charging dock
  • USB-C cable

Technical information[edit]

Controller button Button label and axis
A Button 1
B Button 2
X Button 3
Y Button 4
LB Button 5
RB Button 6
LT Z-axis positive
RT Z-axis negative
Back Button 7
Start Button 8
Left stick Button 9, X-axis, Y-axis
Right stick Button 10, X-rotation, Z-rotation
Guide button
D-pad up POV up
D-pad down POV down
D-pad left POV left
D-pad right POV right
Upper left paddle A/Button 1
Upper right paddle B/Button 2
Lower left paddle X/Button 3
Lower right paddle Y/Button 4

References