Razer's Kishi mobile device controller is now compatible with Xbox Game Pass
Xbox Game Pass for Android is a cloud-gaming service introduced by Microsoft in conjunction with Samsung's Galaxy Note 20-series launch. It allows for about a hundred titles on the console platform to be streamed to a mobile device. Therefore, this may be a good use-case for a Bluetooth controller with all the buttons.
Accordingly, Razer has announced that the latest variant of its own latest snap-on smartphone accessory has been redesigned to work with Game Pass. Its convincing array of controls, pressable thumbsticks included, remain in the same place, and it also offers the "ultra-low latency" of the original Bluetooth device.
This latest batch of the product is called the Kishi for Android (Xbox), and also comes with a 14-day free trial of the service. It is priced at US$99.99, although it is also currently out of stock on Razer's website.