KontrolFreek's FPS Freek: Infinity, Out Today!

KontrolFreek, creators of the popular FPS Freek gaming accessory (among others), is releasing a new FPS Freek lineup in response to community demand – Infinity, which is in tribute to Halo 4.

We were able to get our hands on a pair of the Infinity FPS Freeks, thanks to KontrolFreek, and gave them a test. Just like the rest of their FPS Freek products, the Infinity provides an extra edge for gamers to control their game with. The accessory puts an extra 1/2-inch height on the analog sticks of your controller and have a concave surface for your thumbs to fit in and grip nicely. Although the product might take a tiny bit of time to get used to, they do provide some extra control and accuracy in your game – especially when it comes to FPS’. These are a great line of products for anyone who wants that extra ability, accuracy, and control in their game.  Great especially for hardcore and competitive gamers.

The Infinity is designed after Halo 4 in celestial blue with a Halo-inspired insignia in the groove. Although these are designed after a Xbox 360 exclusive game, the Infinity – along with all other FPS Freek products – will also work with PS3 controllers, and many other FPS games just fine. You can check them out in our gallery below:

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The Infinity is out today October 9, 2012 and will retail for $13.99. You can find them NOW on KontrolFreek.com and Amazon. Note: KontrolFreek products are made in the United States and are sanctioned for tournament play.

 

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