SteelSeries Launches the Nimbus+ Gamepad

If you’re looking for a wireless controller to enhance your mobile gaming, SteelSeries has you covered with the all new Nimbus+.

As mobile gaming, and various game streaming services, continue to become more prominent there’s more of a need for an independent game controller than ever. While there are plenty on the market to choose from now, SteelSeries’ latest might be exactly what you’re looking for:

SteelSeries, the worldwide leader in gaming and esports peripherals, today announces the Nimbus+ Wireless Gamepad Controller for Apple devices. The Nimbus+ builds on the wildly popular original Nimbus controller, adding a bevy of new features, including clickable joysticks, new Hall effect triggers, and a new 50-hour battery.  Purchase of Nimbus+ also includes the new Nimbus+ iPhone Mount which allows users to attach their iPhone directly onto the controller, allowing them to play games more comfortably.

Designed specifically for gaming on Apple devices, the Nimbus+ brings console-quality game controls to iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple TV. With an ergonomic design, ultra-responsive triggers and buttons, and a range of Apple connectivity options, Nimbus+ is the best solution to help bring gaming on Apple devices to the next level.

The Nimbus+ meets Apple MFi standards for wireless connectivity and pairing.  Nimbus+ also takes full advantage of features available to MFi game controllers including controller-supported game discovery, optimized button mapping for superior gaming experiences and control, and fast re-connections.

Nimbus+ follows in the footsteps of Nimbus, the world’s best-selling mobile gaming controller that set the global standard for quality and performance.  “The overall research and development, design, and engineering efforts undertaken by our teams represent our never-ending quest at SteelSeries to create first-party quality controllers worthy of supporting gaming on Apple devices,” said Olson.

The Nimbus+ is available right now directly from Apple, and will be elsewhere starting on May 26th.