(PR) Turtle Beach Announces REACT-R Controller and Recon Arctic Camo Variant

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Turtle Beach Corporation today unveiled the all-new Designed for Xbox Turtle Beach REACT-R Controller, plus a new Arctic Camo colorway for the brand’s Designed for Xbox Recon Controller. The new REACT-R and Arctic Camo Recon Controller are the first of Turtle Beach’s new controller products launching in 2022 as the leading gaming accessory maker further expands into the ~$600 million third-party gamepad market.

Last year, Turtle Beach debuted its award-winning Designed for Xbox Recon Controller which was lauded by fans and reviewers alike for blending game-changing controls with the brand’s signature audio technologies for an affordable $59.95 MSRP. IGN awarded the Recon Controller a 9/10 plus the publication’s Editors’ Choice designation, while CNN Underscored included it their Best Xbox Series X|S Accessories story. The Recon Controller for Xbox is currently available in Black or White, and the all-new Arctic Camo colorway is available for pre-order today and will be available August 10, 2022 in the UK and Europe, and on August 24, 2022 in the U.S.


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