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Thursday, 17 July 2014 08:09

Xbox One to get Armed Forces controller

Written by David Stellmack

And Armed Forces themed headset too

Microsoft has confirmed that a special edition “Armed Forces” controller and stereo headset is on tap for release in North America this October.

The new special edition Armed Forces controller and headset feature an authentic looking modern camouflage look. The Armed Forces controller for the Xbox One is the second special edition controller to be releases since the console launched. (The first special edition controller for the Xbox One was the Titanfall themed controller that came out at the same time Titanfall was released.)

The special edition Armed Forces controller will carry a $64.99 USD suggested retail price while the Armed Forces stereo headset will carry a suggested retail price of $84.99 USD.

While we have confirmation of the release of these Armed Forces special editions in North America, so far there has been no word if it will be released outside of North America.

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