Pro-controller have rumble ?

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#1 Posted by professorXzaver (1856 posts) -

Does the sold seperately $50 Pro-controller have force feedback/rumble vibration ?

#2 Posted by OreoMilkshake (12825 posts) -
Yeah.
#3 Posted by JollyGreenOne (1001 posts) -

Yes.

I did a search because I remember some people saying 'no' while others said 'yes', but I finally found the answer on Nintendo's website.

How Long Will the Wii U Pro Controller Remain Charged?

Answer:

- The Wii U Pro Controller will remain charged for 80 hours.

- Actual battery life depends on the features used, such as the rumble feature or wireless communication use, ambient temperature, and other factors.Nintendo

#4 Posted by Haziqonfire (36344 posts) -
Yeah it does. Press was saying how it wasn't there or it was fairly weak at E3 and other events. However after playing Call of Duty with it, it's really obvious it's there.
#5 Posted by GamerEye (1607 posts) -

Yes it has it, so does the Gamepad for that matter.

#6 Posted by Rod90 (7266 posts) -
Everyone is so informed here! :)
#7 Posted by kiori6 (71 posts) -
Everyone is so informed here! :)Rod90
Mr. Resetti is so mean.
#8 Posted by Rod90 (7266 posts) -
[QUOTE="Rod90"]Everyone is so informed here! :)kiori6
Mr. Resetti is so mean.

I'm not being sarcastic.
#9 Posted by sum_guy09 (482 posts) -

the gamepad is actually the 1 with the weak vibrator where as the game pro is better

#10 Posted by Vickman178 (866 posts) -

Anybody know if its has good as the gamecubes rumble?

#11 Posted by Rod90 (7266 posts) -

Anybody know if its has good as the gamecubes rumble?

Vickman178
That thing was a living earthquake. :P
#12 Edited by gohanrage (10 posts) -

How do I enable the Rumble Feature. When I have my Wii U pro Controller Set to Player One I can't locate any settings to enable or disable rumble.

I can only locate controller options for the GamePad and the Wii Remotes. I have been using Wii U Pro Controller with Super Mario 3D World