Thrustmaster eSwap X Pro Wired Controller for Xbox Series X|S / Xbox One / PC
- Officially licensed for Xbox Series X and Series S, and compatible with Xbox One and PCs running Windows 10
- Innovative next-generation (NXG) mini-sticks offer excellent precision and durability
- Direct remapping of rear buttons allows you to customise your gaming experience
- T-MOD technology and Hot Swap feature allow you to exchange modules at any point so the controller adapts to your way of gaming
- Incredibly high-precision modules and action buttons with low response time significantly improve your gaming speed and accuracy
- Physical locking for triggers prevents unwanted inputs
- Unlimited ecosystem of additional modules (sold separately) significantly improves versatility and enhances your gaming comfort
- Industrial-quality parts allow for prolonged durability
- Free software for Xbox and PC (Windows 10) allows gamers to adjust all crucial settings without breaking a sweat
- Eswap X Pro Controller Gamepad
- 2 x Interchangeable Mini-Stick Modules
- 2 x Interchangeable Grip Modules
- 2 x Interchangeable Triggers
- Interchangeable Four-Direction D-Pad Module
- 2 x Additional Mini-Stick Caps
- Power Cable
- Screwdriver For Removing The Modules
- Small Storage Bag For Screwdriver and Cable
- Quick Start Guide
- Warranty Information
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Of the 99 reviewers who responded, 84 would recommend this product.
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- Best modular controller!- November 20, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Thrustmaster ESWAP X Pro Controller... Possibly the best modular controller ever made!!! It comes with: - modular grips (default grips are a matte finish with no grip) - modular sticks (sticks can be oriented in a PS4 or XBOX layout for added comfort, i myself prefer the Playstation layout where the sticks are both in the bottom) - modular triggers (triggers can be swapped out for longer ones which is an additional purchase and there is a switch toggle in the back to limit the range of motion required for the trigger pull) - directional pad - modular stick caps (concave and domed caps that screw into stick provided with controller) - screwdriver (for taking out directional pad module to adjust layout of controller) - micro usb cable - small bag to store controller This controller is quite a beast! I primarily use it on PC and since having it be directly connected in, i haven't experienced any lag, drift, or inconsistencies with the sticks. The micro USB cable that came with it is also very stiff and secure at the connection port as it fits in snuggly and is quite hard to remove. This is especially a bonus because you will not unintentionally disconnect your wire from your controller during gameplay. So far, i've used this to play Fortnite and it has been rock solid. The consistency in trigger pulls and stick sensitivity is spot on! Building and editing with the back buttons are not too bad either as the layout of the buttons mirrors that closely of another controller brand i own that rhymes with Stuf, so i'm transitioning fairly smoothly. The buttons on the back can be remapped through software and users can have up to 2 different presets. The software to remap the buttons is pretty straight forward but i would've liked to see an option on the controller itself to remap the buttons on the fly (a feature provided on it's cousin controller that rhymes with stuf). The biggest gripe i have with this controller so far is the positioning of the backside buttons. The positioning of the inner buttons (e.g., 1 & 2) i feel like are too far in, making them require a real effort to find and press. The positioning of the outer buttons (e.g., 3 & 4) on the other hand is a little bit better as it is where my middle finger naturally rests, however if my index fingers move from the trigger buttons (e.g., LT & RT) to the shoulder buttons (e.g., LB & RB) it makes the outer buttons harder to reach with my middle fingers. I would've liked to see a more ergonomic layout for the back buttons or at least a modular approach to the positioning of the buttons on the backside (where users can move the buttons accordingly to their grip position). Hopefully this is something the developers and designers take into account on the next iteration of this already great controller! For anyone that is looking for a modular and remappable controller, i cannot recommend this one enough! The modularity of this controller ensures longevity and the remappable back buttons ensure next level gaming for competitive players!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Pretty swank little controller- November 10, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’m a PlayStation to PC convert so I’ve been using my PS4 controller with my gaming PC. While it works, I’ve had some issues with the PS4 controller on my gaming PC; primarily with Bluetooth connection. This controller addresses this with it being a wired controller as well as a pretty sweet configurable controller setup. For some reason, all the controllers I’ve used always had an issue with the left analog stick. I always get controller drift in the left stick and it’s pretty irritating. The revolutionary thing about this controller is the fact that individual components on the controller can be replaced which is really cool. The controller is an XBOX style so, for me, it took a bit getting used to having come from PlayStation. What made this transition a bit easier is the fact that I can have analog sticks just like on my PS4 controller and move the D pad to the upper section. Surprisingly this is a big thing for me as it just feels more natural for me. The controls can be configured in almost any fashion with the exception of the button (X,Y,A,B). These buttons are always in the upper right slot so these can’t be moved. The other slots can be configured anyway you want. You could have both thumbsticks on the left hand side and D pad on the right. Odd setup but it’s possible with this controller. The D pad can be removed with the included mini screwdriver. The analog sticks can simply be pulled out. The three components are modular and are secured via magnets so they will stay in there pretty securely but not too much where they’re hard to pull out. You can also replace the trigger buttons as well using the included mini screwdriver as well. The buttons are good and have a pleasant click to them; almost similar to that of a mouse click. The thumbsticks are smooth and the sticks themselves can be modified with the included divot/dome thumbsticks which can be screwed on/off. Just below the thumbsticks are buttons for raising/lowering chat volumes as well as buttons to manually change profiles with the click of a button. On the back/bottom of the controller are programmable buttons. Initially I thought this would work out great for me and add some additional functional buttons. However, these buttons are really small and not very tactile. If these buttons were raised a bit more or had were capped in rubber or something, they would feel much better IMO. As is, I usually miss the buttons or wind up pressing the wrong one. Perhaps after some time I’ll get used to them but, initially, they just don’t feel good. The button mapping software took a bit of time for me since I've never used a controller like this before however, it's pretty intuitive and works well. Using this on Destiny 2 is pretty smooth. Aside from getting used to the XBOX style controller, the controller functions great AND I don’t lose connection with my controller like I used to with my PS4 controllers. I'm looking forward to using this controller/software with my other games like GTA V and Red Dead Redemption. I think the controller has great potential. It’s good as it is now however with a few updates and, possibly, better ergonomics, this would be a great controller.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Gamer Friends Look Here!- November 12, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Honestly I thought this remote might have been a flop because I didn’t know much about Thrustmaster since I’ve never had one of their remotes. It’s been a great adjustment since on the Xbox but more so on my PC. I took some pictures and I’m pretty proud of my setup, so I hope this helps you. I haven’t even needed to play with the eswap features but the controls behind the game pad have been amazing. It felt super natural to adjust to the different triggers and tailor them to my gaming. Quick tip, definitely use the trigger locking! Game changer and I’m super please with how responsive every button is. I’m glad the design was neutral with just some gold accents so it wasn’t jarring on my desk/ gear set up. The power cord is braided with white and black threading so it helps jazz up the wire and not make it look like all other computer wires. The X Pro Controller is definitely a game changer!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Dope for me as I like to take things apart lol...- November 11, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Dope for me as I like to take things apart lol...and cool for gaming. Straight up, I'm not a competitive gamer or whatever, I'm way more into this because I can switch up the d-pad and sticks (PlayStation or XBOX style), the grips and triggers. As far as gaming with this though, it's cool, I like that the triggers can be locked to a short travel/quick reflex style, the buttons have almost 0 travel but are super clicky. It'll take some time to get used to the controller as it is a big boi! Reminiscent of the Sega Genesis in a way. Also has ThrustMapperX support to setup your ancillary quick buttons on the back of controller. Has profile mapping for the different setups or game styles for different games. Comes with extra round type top sticks (ala PS2/PS3), a carrying baggie, tool to disassemble/swap components, and an extra long micro USB :( cable. My main gripe would be the size as it is bigger than the XBOX and massively dwarves the PS controllers.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Performance Needs Work- November 10, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Obviously the idea of a modular game pad screams out to any serious gamer and there are a couple out there that give you many good reasons to be excited. However, the Eswap X Pro controller doesn't really give me that joy of a couple unnamed controllers out there, that are designed with the Xbox Series X and Xbox One X in mind, It's a solid controller with a few different ways to swap, design and map out your gaming experience. Out the box, you'll get the controller, extra thumb sticks, a very nice and long braided cable ( albeit a micro USB connection), a modular removal tool and a bag to carry your $150 controller in. The idea of mapping my controller isn't a new concept , by any stretch. And I love the freedom to mod out my gear and make it my own, but at the moment, I'm just not moved to switch up from my standard or even other Pro type controller even though There are buttons for volume and mapping, along with a couple other profile buttons. The software is still a bit janky, as you do have to download this firmware and it still hasn't done much for me. The latency seems off. I really hate to rag on what could possibly become something great after an update or two, but for right now, I can't recommend this. This should be better. And honestly, for and extra $30, you could get a much better controller. Again, this should be better.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.