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KontrolFreek Destiny CQC Signature Edition
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KontrolFreek Destiny CQC Signature Edition

Kontrolfreek delivers another great set of thumbstick grips to improve your gameplay.

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After reviewing KontrolFreek’s FPS Freek Call of Duty S.C.A.R. grips and seeing my gaming improve, I was more than happy to check out their Destiny CQC Signature Edition thumbstick grips. As with the S.C.A.R. ones, these too help to improve anyone’s experience with not only shooter games, but any of their favorite titles.

I was sent the PlayStation 4 grips for review, and just like the previous ones I used, these too helped improve my gameplay. These thumbstick grips increase their height by 7.1mm, have a hybrid convex/concave thumb surface, and features a tire tread-like outer edge. All of these things come together to give you the edge you need on your games by giving better accuracy and more precise movement thanks to the enhanced feel these bring to any standard controller.

Just because these feature the Destiny logo and were made with the help of Bungie team members, doesn’t mean they’re only for that title. You can use these to help give a boost on all your favorite games, from shooters to platformers. Once you easily snap these onto your analog sticks, you’ll be hard pressed to find a reason to remove them. I’m not sure about other players, but I tend to just leave them on my controller and forget they’re even there, until I remember just how comfortable and better my controller feels when I’m playing something.

If you’re looking to improve your gameplay experience in not only shooter titles but any game you play, you can’t go wrong with the KontrolFreek Destiny CQC Signature Edition thumbstick grips. The increased height they bring, along with the surface and tire tread edges breathe new life into a standard controller, making it feel like something completely new that leads to better scores and the gameplay you’ve been looking for.

About the Author: Chris Mitchell