SCUF Launches New Customization Features for its Reflex controllers

SCUF Gaming, a brand known for its popular third-party controllers for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation, has unveiled the customizable SCUF Reflex controller for PlayStation 5. According to SCUF, this is their most technologically advanced controller yet: all three models come with their patented paddle control system (which allows you to put up to four back paddles on the back of the controller, allowing you to have extra input options) and now feature more customization options than ever before.

The three models that were unveiled are the Reflex, the Reflex Pro, and the Reflex FPS.

Controllers are an extension of the player to maximize their performance and personality. These new SCUF Reflex options let you create and design a Reflex controller that fits your unique style, with a wide range of faceplates, thumbstick variations, trim colors, and more. The PS5 community deserves a controller that meets their gaming needs and lives up to the standards they’ve come to expect from SCUF products. The Reflex was created to be just that. Now all that’s left to do is make it your own.

Diego Nunez

CMO, Scuf Gaming

The Reflex line will allow you to customize pretty much every aspect of the controller. This includes:

  • 32 faceplate colors
  • 9 touchpad colors
  • 9 faceplate trim colors
  • 6 button kit colors
  • 4 thumbstick colors
  • 2 thumbstick shapes
  • 2 thumbstick heights
  • 2 trigger styles
  • 7 trigger and bumper colors
  • 7 D-pad controls
  • 5 Create/Options colors
  • 2 Home colors

Pricing and Availability

The SCUF Reflex line is compatible with PS5 and Windows (Windows 7+). It starts at $199.99 and can exclusively be bought at www.scufgaming.com/reflex.

About SCUF

SCUF are known for their customizable controllers. The brand offers a variety of extra options over first-party controllers, such as additional paddles, more finely controllable trigger mechanisms, customizable thumbsticks, and so on. The brand is not affiliated with SONY or Microsoft. It was acquired by CORSAIR in December of 2019, but operates as a separate brand within CORSAIR.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest

0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments