Qanba has released three new fighting game joystick products – the Drone 2, Obsidian 2, and Titan. The new Qanba joystick products are officially licensed by PlayStation and will be fully compatible with the PlayStation 5 system, the PlayStation 4 system, and PC.
Qanba's newest generation of joysticks aim to deliver tournament-grade components and Qanba’s signature high-quality exterior design. Developed specifically for PS5 fighting games, the Drone 2, Titan, and Obsidian 2 are slated to build on Qanba’s track record of releasing best-in-class fighting game joystick hardware and peripherals.
Developed for fighting game enthusiasts of all types, the Drone 2 is an entry-level joystick for new fighting game players. The Titan joystick is the perfect joystick for players who want to take their game to the next level with tournament tested Sanwa parts. The Obsidian 2 joystick is for the most competitive fighting game players with many features that will appeal to the travelling and highly competitive tournament player.
* Sanwa 30mm OBSF buttons
* Full control panel
* Tournament lock switch
* Swappable Sanwa JLF joystick tops
* Built-in storage for joystick tops and USB cables
* PS5, PS4, and PC switch
* Anti-slip base pad
* 3.5mm microphone input with mute button control
* Touch pad
* Thumb screw access
* Ball and bat joystick tops included
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Really good product
I bought this so I would have a native PS5 stick but I feel the total price was only a little cheaper than my NON Ps5 native Qanba Dragon and I feel the Dragon is a better stick. To me the Dragon feels like a £330 stick where the Obsidian II feels more like a £200 stick in total build quality. I expect there is a premium paid for the fact it's PS5 native. I have bought a Brooks Wingman usb adapter that should mean my Dragon is now PS5 compatible and if it works I may sell my obsidian II. It's a good stick but it feels a bit plasticy for £300 in my view and until it's modded (no artwork company available as of June 2023) it looks plain. I love Qanba but I'm not feeling this is a £300 stick. Sorry to say. I e left it 4 stars as it does exactly what you need but it's just not inspirational as (for me) the Dragon is. Thanks.
My previous stick to this was a cheap PXN from Amazon, which eventually gave up within 3 months or so of usage. So, going from that to this was a major step up. I can see why professional tournament winning players use Qanba. This had improved my game play skill almost instantly. Understandably, people might be out off by the price, but you get what you pay for in this regard. I'm actually intending to get a 2nd one of these next year as I am confident this is what I will be using to play Tekken 8 throughout its lifespan.