The Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller may only be available to purchase from GAME when it goes on sale later this year, judging by a listing on the retailer’s website.
The £129.99 controller was announced at E3 earlier this month and features interchangeable analogue sticks, paddles and the option to completely reassign button inputs using the included Xbox One app. It will also be compatible with Windows 10 PCs.
But GAME’s website currently lists the controller as being “Only at GAME”, suggesting that it could be exclusive to the retailer in the UK.
Amazon also appears to have stopped taking pre-orders, with a notice on its website stating that it doesn’t know “when or if this item will be back in stock”.
Microsoft hasn’t provided much in the way of clarification, either, telling VideoGamer.com: “We’re excited to launch the Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller later this year, and look forward to sharing UK retailer availability soon.”
If you’re interested in grabbing one, head through to GAME’s website to pre-order.
Source: game.co.uk, amazon.co.uk, Microsoft Spokesperson