PS3 / Xbox 360 Kontrol Freek FPS Vortex GamerPack VX Black/Orange Covers
Kontrol Freek GamerPack VX for Sony PS3/360 FPS Freek Vortex and Kontrol Freek Classic Thumb Stick Covers, Twin pack
By DPD On 21st Feb 2019
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Trusted by numerous casual and professional gamers, our flagship KontrolFreek Classic was created with game-changing accuracy in mind. By increasing the length of the thumbsticks slightly (10.4 mm), precision and control are improved dramatically. Whatever the game, Classic will enhance your gameplay experience. Features FPS Freek Vortex is the perfect combination for just about any gameplay situation. Vortex includes one tall, convex stick designed for accuracy, and one short, CQC-style stick that’s concave for comfort and grip. The taller stick (12.4 mm) is intended for your right thumbstick – to give you more leverage and precision while aiming. The lower profile CQC-style stick (6.1 mm) is designed to add grip to your left thumbstick without sacrificing maneuverability.
Works great in games like:
• Call of Duty: Ghosts
• Grand Theft Auto V
• Battlefield 4
• Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
• Bioshock Infinite
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