Gamevice Flex Launches Later this Month

Gamevice’s all new portable gaming peripheral, the Gamevice Flex, now has a release date set for the end of this month, with pre-orders open now!

This morning brings word of a release date for Gamevice Flex, the new controller from the company that’s designed specifically to work with your phone/mobile games (almost in a Switch-like fashion). The cool thing with the Gamevice Flex, however, is this one is built to work WITH your phone case on. Previously, you had to take everything off in order to attach the device, but now, you can leave it on; making it much easier to use on the go whenever you need to.

The Gamevice Flex launches on October 25th, and pre-orders are kicking off today. Even better, by pre-ordering, you can get a free one-month voucher (that you can stack) to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate!

Gamevice Flex for Android and iOS and is now available to pre-order. As a limited time, incentive for existing Xbox Game Pass subscribers, pre-orders made before October 14 will include a voucher for a free one-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. New subscribers can add this one-month voucher to the one-month voucher that is included in all Gamevice Flex units for a total of two free months. All Gamevice Flex for iOS and Android units sold after October 14 will come with a one-month free voucher to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for new subscribers only.


The cloud gaming revolution has arrived as gamers are now playing console games from multiple platforms simultaneously. Gamevice Flex delivers a seamless transition from console to mobile cloud gaming featuring premium console-quality buttons, Hall effect triggers with longer range, improved ergonomics for extended play, and (by popular demand) a 3.5mm headphone jack, so that any phone can be turned into a console by attaching a Flex.

You can learn more about the Gamevice Flex by heading to their official site, where you can also get your pre-orders in (Amazon pre-orders are also live).

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