Evil Controllers New Website

Last year at E3, Sports Gamers Online sat down with the minds behind Evil Controllers. The team showed nothing short of passion as went hands-on with the newest line-up of competitive gaming controllers, the Evil Shift. This year, they’ve taken it one step further in allowing full customization for of their flagship controller.

Evil Shift Gets Full Customization Options

With the a successful launch of the Evil Shift firmly in the rear view mirror, Evil Controllers decided to kick it up a notch ahead of E3 2018. The company began by revamping and launching a new website. The new website is the hub to customize and personalize your Evil Shift.

Making Personal
  • Add a customized tagline and/or graphic to the Evil Shift skin.
  • Pick a faceplate from 49 designs, in colors such as Green Splatter, Blue/Silver Carbon Fiber, Red Skullz and more.
  • Choose in-game paddle remapping preference, either remappable or hardwired.
  • Select controller grip preference, in options such as factory black or pro grip (in black, white, green or blue).
  • Elect to have the sensitive buttons and hairpin triggers combo (or leave it off).
  • Customize left and right sticks in small, medium and tall (or choose the original equipment from the manufacturer).
  • Get creative with the button color and trim package: The ABXY buttons, D-Pad and LED can all be customized individually

The starting price for the Evil Shift controller before adding high end features is $174.99. You can check out the full website here. Also, be sure to check the gallery of images below to get a taste of some the combinations you can put together.


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Kevin Finley
Kevin Finley currently lives in North Hollywood, California where he juggles becoming a pro wrestler and game writer. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Game Art and specializes in narrative design. Although an avid player of Role-playing games Kevin regularly mixes it up in first person shooters and sports titles. Kevin is no stranger to sports, cooking, debating and when all else is unavailable a good book.