Save Big On A Special-Edition Xbox Controller At Walmart

While the design is out of this world, the price certainly isn't.


If you're in the market for a stellar new Xbox controller, Walmart's deal on a certain special-edition Xbox controller is worth checking out. The Stellar Shift official Xbox wireless controller is on sale for $50, down from $70, at Walmart. Amazon already sold out of this deal, so you may want to hurry if interested. It's worth noting that Best Buy also has this offer, but you have to be a My Best Buy Plus/Total member to get it.

Xbox Stellar Shift wireless controller
Xbox Stellar Shift wireless controller

This particular version of the Xbox controller features a subtle gradient of blue and purple colors, with just a hint of shimmer drifting between these tones. It makes for a very attractive peripheral, and it stands out from the other versions that have brighter and flatter colors.

On top of that, this is still an excellent controller and happens to also be compatible with PC and mobile devices. One of the more comfortable controllers on the market with superb ergonomics, the Xbox wireless controller doesn't feature the advanced haptic feedback of the PlayStation DualSense but it makes up for it with durable design, long-lasting battery-life, and excellent textured triggers.

It also has a handy button dedicated just to capturing highlights from your games or setting up a new recording session, making it very easy to capture content. Throw in a satisfying directional pad and face buttons, and you've got a great controller in your hands.

Microsoft has released multiple special-edition Xbox controllers in recent months, including the Gold Shadow model that launched this week and Stormcloud Vapor back in August. You can snag the Stormcloud Vapor model for a discount at Amazon.

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