Hunt Down Your Bounties With The Razer Boba Fett Xbox Controller

Razer Boba Fett Xbox Wireless Controller

Razer has released another limited edition Xbox Wireless controller, this time with a Boba Fett design theme. It comes complete with a matching quick charging stand, and is modeled after Boba Fett’s helmet. Meanwhile the stand is aimed at mimicking the design of Boba Fett’s breast plate.

The bundle item will retail for $179.99, and is currently available from Razer’s website. It will also be available on Amazon. However, Amazon is temporarily out of stock and Razer is not. The price tag is a bit more than if you were to buy a wireless controller and the quick charging stand separately.

But you’re paying mostly for the limited edition design and the Razer brand. The price also matches up with the other three Star Wars controllers that Razer already offers. Which include the Darth Vader, Mandalorian, and Star Wars: Squadrons models.


The Razer Boba Fett Xbox controller is multi-platform

Rest assured, you’ll be able to use this controller with Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and mobile devices. Thanks to its Bluetooth support. This of course is nothing new for Xbox wireless controllers. But it’s still nice to have that reassurance that it’ll work with the games you play on almost any platform.

Since this is the new Xbox wireless controller design it also has the textured grips on the back. It also has impulse analog triggers that are pressure sensitive. And according to Razer, the controller will charge up to full in about three hours.

Meaning you can always have a backup controller ready to go, as you can keep the controller that came with the console on the stand and then swap it out with this one when the batteries die.


The controller’s timely release is meant to coincide with the upcoming launch of Disney’s new show. The Book Of Boba Fett, which launches its first episode on December 29 on Disney+. Since this controller is available now, you can have it in plenty of time for when the show comes out. Assuming it doesn’t go out of stock on Razer’s website just like it did on Amazon.