KontrolFreek Releases the FPS Freek Havoc

By: on October 23, 2012

KontrolFreek today introduced the FPS Freek Havoc in honor of Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

“As a company that’s focused on elevating the personal gaming experience, we are energized by the upcoming release of Black Ops II. It’s undoubtedly one of the biggest and most-anticipated game titles of 2012,” said Ashish Mistry, President and CEO of KontrolFreek. “We set out to create a KontrolFreek product that’s true to the spirit of CoD while delivering the game-changing performance and competitive advantage associated with KontrolFreek products.”

As the latest addition to KontrolFreek’s renowned FPS Freek line of thumbsticks, the FPS Freek Havoc extends the length of the analog stick by half an inch, increasing the range of linear motion, providing the superior leverage and control required by First Person Shooter (FPS) games. In fact, KontrolFreek thumbsticks are carefully engineered to increase player comfort, accuracy and in-game reaction time.

Honoring the Black Ops II theme, the FPS Freek Havoc features a matte black thumb surface made from a specially-formulated rubber. The concave thumb rest sports an original laser-etched design depicting a skull and biohazard symbol.

The FPS Havoc was designed to give gamers complete command of the battlefield, making aiming and pop-shotting much easier during intense multiplayer battles. Havoc is perfect for your right or left thumbstick and is optimized for medium to long-range armaments like the SIG556, MSMC and SVU-AS.

The FPS Freek Havoc is designed to fit both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 controllers, but it is compatible with many third-party versions. It retails for $13.99 and is available now from KontrolFreek.com. KontrolFreek products are made in the United States and are sanctioned for tournament play.

If you’re on the fence, take a look at our FPS Freek CQC (Close Quarter Combat) review for a general idea of the the FPA Freek Havoc.

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James Parkin
James has been gaming since he could walk and is currently seeking treatment for his Destiny addiction.