Best controller for PUBG Mobile: Our favourite mobile gaming controllers you can buy today
Pumped for PUBG Mobile season 14? If you were frustrated by your results last season and want to up your game, check out these picks for the best controller for PUBG Mobile. Maybe they’ll help!
There are numerous controller options available these days to make mobile gaming just as fun as its console or PC counterpart – you can even use your existing PS4 or Xbox One controller for most devices.
Read on for our top recommendations of other premium and affordable mobile gaming controllers…
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Razer Raiju Mobile
The Razer Raiju is without a doubt the go-to controller for mobile gaming today. With a familiar ergonomic layout and design, it’s perfect for gaming on the go or at home.
The Raiju Mobile features four customisable buttons, hair trigger mode for those quick-fire contests, and a mode switch that enables you to quickly switch between devices and styles.
Built just like Razer’s high-end console controllers, this is a safe bet for anyone.
SteelSeries Stratus Duo
The Stratus Duo is a fantastic mobile controller available at around half the price of the Razer Raiju Mobile, so if you’re on more of a tight budget this is a great alternative.
Instantly paired with any Android or Windows device, this controller from the experts at SteelSeries features up to 20 hours of playtime on one charge. You can even keep playing while it’s charging. It’s top build quality will give you the competitive edge.
The SteelSeries Nimbus+ is the iOS sister to the excellent Stratus Duo, with much of the same features and specs. Officially licensed by Apple, the Nimbus+ is designed specifically with iPhone gamers in mind.
This one offers up to 50 hours gameplay on one charge, so you’ll never find yourself out of juice when you need it most. Carried over from the Android version are the Hall Effect magnetic triggers, clickable L3 and R3 joysticks, and tactile D-pad buttons.
A universal controller which works on Android and iOS devices, the Kishi connects directly to your phone’s charging port for no-lag input. The clickable analog thumbsticks give it a premium feel, but for just £79.99 MSRP it’s a must-see.