Monday, October 3rd 2016

MSI Announces Force GC30 and GC20 Game Controllers

MSI, leader in true gaming hardware, today announces an all-new series of game controller, named Force. The Force GC30 and Force GC20 controllers are specifically designed for use on multiple platforms including Windows, Android and popular gaming consoles. PC gamers will be able to enjoy their sports, racing and role-playing games with the comfort of these new controllers.

For an optimal gaming experience, both the GC30 and GC20 controllers feature an 8-way D-pad (directional pad) with a replaceable metal cover kept in place by a premium magnetic design. Depending on the type of game like ACT, FPS or RPG, you can easily choose your preferred cover. Ergonomically designed, the new Force controllers feature rubber side grips on both handles to ensure a solid grip for long-term play. Equipped with dual vibration motors, GC30 and GC20 controllers are able to use haptic feedback to enhance the gaming experience and provide an additional dimension of sensory input.
The Force GC30 controller can be used in both wireless and wired modes, while the Force GC20 can only be operated wired. Supporting multiple platforms, both gaming controllers can easily switch between the different modes that allow them to connect to various devices.

The new MSI Force GC30 and GC20 controllers are expected to be available in Q4 2017.

For more information, visit the product pages of the Force GC30 and GC20.
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13 Comments on MSI Announces Force GC30 and GC20 Game Controllers

#1
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
Interesting, might replace my xbox360 controller with the wireless MSI one then, assuming they won't cost an arm and a leg in my country....
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#2
StrayKAT
P4-630 said:
Interesting, might replace my xbox360 controller with the wireless MSI one then, assuming they won't cost an arm and a leg in my country....
360 is still the best controller around imo.. although I've been using my XOnes more often.
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P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
StrayKAT said:
360 is still the best controller around imo.. although I've been using my XOnes more often.
If the price is right of this wireless MSI controller, I might try it.
A while ago I bought a steelseries stratus, nice controller but I found out I didn't like the "lower" location of the left thumbstick...:ohwell:
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#4
natr0n
Using a wireless gamesir controller metalic version its pretty much perfection.

I did a slight mod to elevate the dpad other than that nothing compares to it.
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#5
ZoneDymo
StrayKAT said:
360 is still the best controller around imo.. although I've been using my XOnes more often.
I think those extra buttons on the back the Xbox One Elite Controller has are a real addition
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#6
StrayKAT
ZoneDymo said:
I think those extra buttons on the back the Xbox One Elite Controller has are a real addition
Not sure what buttons you mean.

I just prefer it for the slight weight increase.. and subtle fatness to the curves and contours.
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#7
gdallsk
StrayKAT said:
Not sure what buttons you mean.

I just prefer it for the slight weight increase.. and subtle fatness to the curves and contours.
The paddles at the back.
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#8
StrayKAT
My bad. I missed that he said Elite controller. Never used it.
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#9
dozenfury
The wireless XB1 controllers can be had for about $30-$35 new on sale, and I got a camo one with the wireless receiver for around $40. So unless you have a need to use these on an Android device, it would seem like they'll be a tough sell. They look pretty good, so if I was needing another controller I'd consider these but they'd have to be sub $50. I'll keep an eye out for pricing.
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#10
lexluthermiester
Couldn't care less about the rumble "feature". It's always felt gimmicky, even back in the Playstation/N64 days. Otherwise looks like they might be fun controllers. Liking the styling and color scheme.
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#11
Rivage
Original Microsoft's X360 / XONE controllers is more robust than any licensed replica. Tried various from Razer and etc, and most of them die quick.
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#12
Rauelius
So, when is Corsair going to release an RGB controller? I'll be first in line to pre-order it, reviews be damned.
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#13
cyneater
why no 6 button as standard :<
my favorite controller is still the sega saturn controller.
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