Hades is getting its own limited edition PowerA controller

An officially licensed PowerA controller is covered in a detailed red pattern, and a picture of Zagreus the protagonist of Hades

PowerA has unveiled its latest officially-licensed Nintendo Switch controller (via Nintendo Everything), this time a collaboration with award-winning indie title Hades. The premium wireless controller features a gorgeous red pattern as well as an image of the game’s lead, Zagreus.

Here’s all of the information released so far: “Officially licensed by Nintendo, this PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller for Nintendo combines beauty and performance. Each rechargeable controller features world-class design along with awesome gaming features Program two mappable Advanced Gaming Buttons on-the-fly, tilt your way through turns with motion controls, and enjoy up to 30 hours of gameplay on a single charge.

“So great, you may never want to put it down. It includes a 10ft (3m) USB-C charge cable, plus PowerA backs all products for 2-years to reinforce quality commitment. The controller can be used when the Nintendo Switch is docked or undocked. Does not support HD rumble, IR, or amiibo NFC. Multiple variables affect battery life estimate.”

Key features include

  • Wireless controller with Bluetooth 5.0 technology and rechargeable lithium-ion battery: up to 30 hours per charge
  • Two mappable advanced gaming buttons and embedded anti-friction rings for smooth thumbstick control
  • Superior ergonomics for hours of comfortable gaming and classic intuitive Nintendo button layout
  • Low battery warning LED indicator and includes 10ft (3m) USB-C charge cable

The current release date is September 17, so you won’t have long to wait to escape Hades in style.

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