Wolverine v2 Chroma comes with a newer design and the addition of several useful features for gamers.
The first thing gamers will immediately recognize is the presence of Razer Chroma RGB lighting that takes this controller one step further than last year’s V2. There are also two new multifunction buttons located close to the four trigger buttons on the back of the gamepad.
These types of buttons are not like the pad models found in Microsoft Elite or Scuf, but they are equipped with a 2-stage stopper switch that allows gamers to choose between stopping distances to their liking.
The V2 Chroma has a replaceable thumb stick. Users will also get several thumb sticks in the sales package, where one set is long and concave for FPS games and the other is shorter and convex for RPG games and others.
For the price, Razer offers the Wolverine V2 Chroma for $150. This controller is cheaper than Microsoft Elite or Scuf.